Lent begins with Ash Wednesday on February 22. We will offer Ash To Go at 7:00AM to 9:00AM at the front of our building and at 7:00PM worship service.
During Lent, we encounter people who are seeking. They approach Jesus with honest questions. What unfolds is an exchange filled with questions and exploration. Often, an unveiling occurs—assumptions are disrupted, a new perspective is revealed, mystery grows.
Come join us as we seek deeper faith through honest questions. Our questions won’t necessarily lead to answers, but they can help us unpack some of the big questions we may have and find clarity and a new perspective as we continue our journey in faith and truth. Ultimately, we pray they lead to a new beginning, a restoration, a wider grace.
This Lent, may you engage in the spiritual practice of seeking—by asking questions, and by staying curious, open, and nimble. We hope you will soften your assumptions and expand your perspectives. We pray that these questions will create a safe space to explore—to be drawn more deeply into the fullness of life, into the heart of God.
Daily Devotional Cards for lent will be available by February 19. A sample and a sign up sheet are located on the round table just outside the Sanctuary. A $5.00 donation is suggested.
During Lent, many of us are reminded once again to examine our lifestyles and ask, "What can we do for others?" Part of faith formation at any age is compassion and offering a serving heart to our neighbors.
These past few years have been challenging when trying to find ways to serve our neighbors while remaining physically distant. This time has also reminded us that we need to demonstrate compassion to others now more than ever. Lent is a good time to commit to giving money to a project that helps those in need. One way to involve the whole family is to collect coins during the season of Lent and then following Easter, donate the money. All donations will go to Midwest Mission Distribution Center. Click the link to follow the calendar!
April 2 – Palm Sunday
10:00AM “It Was Love” Cantata presented by Chancel Choir
April 6 – Maundy Thursday
7:00PM Interactive Service with Storytelling of the Last Supper
April 7 – Good Friday
7:00PM A Service of Silence and Sorrow
April 9 – Easter Sunday
8:00AM to 9:30AM Pancake Breakfast
11:00AM Easter Egg Hunt for all ages
Address 305 E. Boughton Road, Bolingbrook, IL 60440
Office Hours 9AM to 3PM Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, 9AM to Noon Wednesday