Join us on Sunday mornings at 10 AM as we prepare for Lent. The first Sunday after Epiphany (January 10) puts emphasis on the baptism of Jesus by John, with Christ revealing himself to the world as God's own Son, and continues with the fifth Sunday after Epiphany (February 7) which is the Transfiguration of the Lord. From there we move to Ash Wednesday (February 10) and into Lent.
All are invited to attend our Ash Wednesday Service starting at 7PM.
We are very fortunate to have the Rev. David Pickett joining us as our guest pastor Sunday (2/7), Ash Wednesday (2/10) and Sunday (2/14). David has been with us on previous occasions and always brings an impressive, passionate feel to our Worship time.
In Jesus’ transfiguration, we are assured
that Jesus is the hope of the ages. Jesus
is the One who fulfilled the Law given
through Moses, the one dreamed of by the
prophets, of whom Elijah is the greatest.
In celebrating this event, we rejoice in the
divine majesty of Christ, whose glory
shone even when confronted with the
cross. It is given to us for our journey
through Lent toward the agony of the
cross and the victory of the empty tomb.
We celebrate this mystery in order that our
faith may be renewed. We are transformed
into the new being in Christ as we join
Christ in his death and resurrection in Lent and Easter.