Ash Wednesday is observed by Christians and is a solemn day of self-reflection and repentance. The name for this day comes from the ancient church custom of applying ashes to foreheads as a reminder of our sinfulness and our appointment with death. Ashes are applied in the shape of a cross to remind us of God's cure for our sinfulness.
6pm Dinner - Our traditional soup and bread dinner will be hosted by our Deacons in the Fellowship Hall.
7pm Service - Our worship service will include the tradition of applying ashes to foreheads, partaking in the Lord's Supper, and also the first video in our Lenten Study. Like all of our worship services, children are welcome and encouraged to participate.