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WORSHIP SCHEDULE: WEDNESDAY @ 6pm SUNDAY @ 9:45am

Ash Wednesday Worship

Ash Wednesday at Sheridan Lutheran Church

February 26, 2020

  • 7am-9pm: Prayer Chapel available

  • Noon: Worship with Imposition of Ashes and Holy Communion

  • Meal: 5-6pm - RSVP here

  • 6pm & 7:15pm: Worship with Imposition of Ashes and Holy Communion
  • Nursery Care is available during the 6pm worship.

    Invite friends to worship

    What is Ash Wednesday & Lent?

    Lent_Family_ResourcesHoly Week opportunities

    Worship During Lent

    Lenten Worship

    Weekend Lenten Worship
    Saturdays: 5:30pm
    Sundays: 8:30am, 9:45am, 11am

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    Wednesdays: March 4, 11, 18, 25, April 1

    Meal: 5-6pm - RSVP Here
    Worship: 6pm

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    Lent Resources

    Lent in a Bag

    Free resource for families

    Lent in a Bag is a free resource for your family to journey through Lent with varied activities. This resource will be available beginning Feb. 23; supplies will be in Room 113.

    40 days 40 Items

    Grow Spiritually During Lent

    Experiencing Faith Stories Class During Lent

    Wednesdays, March 4, 11, 18, 25, April 1; 6:45pm

    Info: e.bostrom@sheridanlutheran.org
    Everyone has a faith story. In the season of Lent, individuals in our faith community will share their faith journey and how they've experienced God through their life. The hope is when we experience the God stories of others, we better recognize the God stories in our own lives.

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    Lenten Prayer Stations

    Come explore Lenten Prayer stations in Sheridan's Chapel. Through various prayer activities, explore compassion as a way of life, compassion for self, the suffering, the marginalized and the earth as through the lens of Jesus’ ministry and his journey to the cross.

    What is your desire for Lent this year?

    During this season of Lent we will investigate the differences between pain and suffering and how they have evolved over time. And we will see how Jesus knew pain and how he experienced suffering. We know that pain is something that is shared and in his suffering, Jesus chooses to share our pain and show us a pathway beyond it. We all know pain. It is a universal experience. Each of us also knows what it means to suffer emotionally, but we don’t seem to realize that they are different from one another. What many do not know, however, is how to cope with pain and suffering. Even more, many have no idea that there is something that always lies beyond pain and suffering. You are invited to journey with others in your Sheridan family in one or all of these opportunities.