Our Lenten Journey with Christ continues throughout the month of March as we worship.
Sunday mornings, we’ll continue to look at those who might have been questioned about their relationship with Jesus, by the authorities then. These short dramatic readings are designed to help us ask ourselves if we might ever be convicted of following Jesus. Would there be enough evidence of his presence and power in our lives to find us guilty of being one of his followers.
We’ll be looking at the following individuals who were a part of Jesus’ life and who could have been questioned about their loyalty to him:
March 1 Nicodemus: A Question of Conviction
March 8: Mary Magdalene: A Question of Innocence
March 15: Barabbas: A Question of Sacrifice
March 22: John: A Question of Authority
March 29 The Donkey’s Owner: A Question of Humility
Wednesday evenings, Adam Hamilton will be leading us on a journey through the last day of Jesus’ life. The “24 Hours that Changed the World” video series, combined with reflection on themes raised in the video, will allow us to look closer at the things Jesus accomplished for us through his suffering, death and resurrection.
We’ll be looking at the following events in the last 24 hours of Jesus’ life:
March 4 The Garden of Gethsemane
March 11 Condemned by the Righteous
March 18 Jesus, Barabbas and Pilate
March 25 The Crucifixion
Please join us in Fellowship Hall for worship at 7 pm, which is preceded by supper at 6 pm each of these Wednesday evenings. We hope you’ll join in this time of fellowship and worship.