This rich Christian tradition points us back to the reality of our sin and our desperate need for a Savior. Christians have participated in this season not as a means of meaningless self-denial or pious ritual keeping, but as a means of emptying ourselves of distracting comforts so that we can be filled with renewed faith and hope. During this season, we focus on the multifaceted aspects of repentance: recognition of our sin, hope in a Savior, and obedience as a response to his grace. Rather than engage in empty ceremony or purely internal spiritual growth, we learn that observance of this season produces in us a richer faith for the sake of the world.
•February 21st - Soup Supper/Worship
•February 28th - Soup Supper/Worship
•March 7th - Soup Supper/Worship
•March 14th - Soup Supper/Worship
•March 21st - Soup Supper/Worship
Soup Supper 6:30pm Worship 7:30pm