March 9 marks the first Sunday in Lent. Wear purple! It is our liturgical (worship) color for the season of Lent. We are starting Lent in a BIG way, both at the morning and evening services. In the morning, our Logos WINGS choir has two offerings. One half o the choir is leading music through percussion instruments (with gracious assistance from members of the adult choir). The other half of the WINGS choir is doing freeze frame, a creative way to present a biblical reading in tableaux. Meanwhile, the 3rd grade Sunday school class is serving as liturgists. And did we mention special congregational music for Lent?
Our 5 p.m. services will be an active affair for the season of Lent. Each week, the instrumental and some congregational music will come from the region of the world highlighted by our adult education series. That means the music this week is from China. Meanwhile we will replace the sermon with dramatic readings and/or poetry and communion with prayer activities such as walking a labyrinth. Elizabeth Cedroni is our soloist this week, along with violinist Diane Schoff and John Pavik on piano. Join us for one or all of these services: they are truly a time and place set apart for creative and meaningful worship.
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