February 26th Ash Wednesday Services

  • 8:30am, Morning Chapel
  • 12:00pm Noon
  • 7:00pm Evening Worship

“Ash Wednesday is the Wednesday of the seventh week before Easter and the first day of Lent. The day is named for the practice of imposing ashes, a practice that many Lutheran congregations have found to be a very meaningful part of the Ash Wednesday liturgy. Using ashes as a sign of repentance is an ancient practice, often mentioned in the Bible (e.g., Jonah 3:5-9; Job 42:6; Jeremiah 6:26; Matthew 11:21). The early Christians adopted the use of ashes from Jewish practice as an external mark of penitence. “

Learn more about Ash Wednesday. We look forward to seeing you at one of the three services offered!

“So I turned to the Lord God and pleaded with him in prayer and petition, in fasting, and in sackcloth and ashes...” – Daniel 9:3


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