In-Person & Livestream Lenten Worship
Sundays 10:00 am
Wednesdays 7:00 pm
Ash Wednesday Worship
March 2, 7pm
On Ash Wednesday we begin our forty-day journey toward Easter with a day of fasting and repentance. Marking our foreheads with dust, we acknowledge that we die and return to the earth. At the same time, the dust traces the life-giving cross indelibly marked on our foreheads at baptism. While we journey through Lent to return to God, we have already been reconciled to God through Christ. We humbly pray for God to make our hearts clean while we rejoice that “now is the day of salvation.” Returning to our baptismal call, we more intentionally bear the fruits of mercy and justice in the world.
Taize Prayer Service
March 9 – April 6, 7pm

Pray Your Way Through Lent

Do you find it hard set aside time for prayer?  Jesus prayed, meditated, and fasted in the wilderness for 40 days!  If you don’t have forty days, we can make it easier for you.  Our Wednesday Lenten worship will be fashioned after the ancient Taize prayer service.

The History of Taize (pronounced Taa-zay)

In the south of Burgundy, France lays a small village called Taizé. This village founded over seventy years ago by Brother Roger, is home to a monastic community devoted to prayer and reconciliation. The community is made up of brothers from all the continents and major denominations who gather to pray three times a day, seven days a week.

While many people make pilgrimages to Taizé to experience the community and prayer life, most experience Taizé through the ways that community comes to us, namely by the characteristics it has contributed to Christian worship practices. The service can and has been adapted by many Christian communities in the United States.


Wednesday Evening Worship

The season of Lent is a journey that prepares us for the glory of Easter.  Please join us for a five-week journey of prayer.   The services will be held at Hope, in-person & livestream, at 7:00 – 7:30 PM on Wednesdays at Hope.

Sunday Worship

You who live in the shelter of the Most High,
    who abide in the shadow of the Almighty,
 will say to the Lord, “My refuge and my fortress;
    my God, in whom I trust.” (Psalm 91:1-2)

What does it mean to “live in the shelter” of God? As the worries of life surround us, we find refuge, solace, and sanctuary in our God who loves and protects us.  Join Pastor Christie Sunday mornings at Hope, as we learn more about sheltering in God. 
Welcome Home – Come as you are! 
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