Sundays, February 25 – April 22 at 9:15 am
Church Fellowship Hall
Sorrow can flood into our life at any given moment. It comes from loss – of life, of dreams, of control, of relationship.
Lent is the public way that we Christians deal with sorrow and grief, because it draws us into the suffering of our savior. He bound himself to us, unto death. He knows our weakness as human, and yet he has provided a solution.
Among the most emotive writers in Scripture, King David produced thousands of songs, many of which are recorded in Scripture as Psalms. During this time of sorrow as we watch Jesus walk the road of our suffering, his penitential Psalms can talk to us and teach us how faith sees the journey to the cross.
Child care will be provided for ages 0-3. Sunday School is available for all other ages.