5:00 Children’s Choir Rehearsal

5:30 pm: five-thirty service

6:00 pm: Lenten Soup Supper

6:30: Lenten Program, Adult Choir Rehearsal, Youth Group, and Godly Play

The Good Book and TED

Join us each Wednesday during Lent for this year’s Lenten series. As always, we’ll gather for the 5:30 service, followed by soup suppers and programs for all ages beginning at 6:30. We begin by joining the Good Book Club as a group and follow with a series of TED talks to accompany our reading. TED talks are a nonprofit organization devoted to spreading ideas in the form of short, powerful talks. Each TED talk is a maximum of 18 minutes. An open forum discussion will follow.

February 21 – “The Good Book Club” facilitated by Father Tom. Join us as we join in a diocesan-wide program in partnership with Forward Movement reading the Gospel of Luke and the Book of Acts during the Lenten and Easter seasons.

February 28 – Forgiveness. “Looking For The Man Who Broke My Neck” Facilitated by Father Tom. Joshua Prager was 19 years old when a devastating bus accident left him a hemiplegic. He returned to Israel 20 years later to find the man who turned his world upside down. In this TED talk, Prager probes deep questions of nature, nurture, self-deception and forgiveness.

March 7 – “My Year of Living Biblically” In this TED talk, AJ Jacobs tries to live an entire year following every single rule in the Bible as literally as possible. Facilitated by Father Steve

March 14 – “Normal is a Dryer Setting” Join us as Debra Jenkins (a friend of Father Steve and Lori) explores her journey through success, philanthropy, and tragedy in an elusive quest to find “normal.” Facilitated by Father Steve

No service or programs on March 21st due to Spring Break.