In the season of Lent, we are reminded that, again and again, suffering and brokenness find us. We doubt again, we lament again, we mess up again. Again and again, the story of Jesus on the cross repeats - every time individuals forget how to love. And yet, in the midst of the motion-blur chaos of our lives, God offers a sacred refrain: "I choose you. I love you, I will lead you to repair." Again and again, God breaks the cycle and offers us a new way forward.

This Lent, may God's steadfast love cradle our laments. 

May God's grace wash over our weariness. 

And may we bring all of who we are to God - 

trusting that God will meet us, time and again, along the way.

  • Devotional Booklet

    Devotional books, featuring artwork, poetry, scripture and reflections on our weekly scriptures, were sent via mail in mid-February. If you would like to access the book online, please click here. [Note: the booklet is set up for printing. Please be attentive to the page numbers at the bottom if you read it online.]

  • devotional cards

    Devotional cards contain a word, a scripture verse, and a prompt for meditation each day. You can use the cards sent in our At-Home Lenten Kit, or you can access a card each day on our Facebook page.

  • ash wednesday

    February 17 - Worship service will be available at 7 p.m. on our Facebook page. You can also access the worship service any time on Wednesday via our website and Vimeo pages. Ashes and a separate liturgy to use on your own are included in the At-Home Lenten Kit. Dirt is also an appropriate symbol that anyone can use. 


    The cross is the central symbol of the Christian faith. But what exactly did Jesus do to save us from our sins? Join Dr. Mary Spradlin on Wednesdays at 6:30 p.m. via Zoom beginning February 24 for this six-week study. (Optional "Savior" book by Magrey DeVega may be purchased on your own.) Click here to register & receive Zoom link.