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Worship Schedule

Saturdays 6:30 pm: A more casual worship service

Sundays 9:30 am: Traditional worship service

Midweek Lenten Series
Wednesdays at 6:30pm


Based on Psalm 41

No Old Testament saint attests to God’s grace quite like King David. Raised from the sheepfold to the throne of the house of Israel; raised again (and again, and again) from sin: pride, murder, adultery, and despising of God; lifted clear of the snare of the wicked (Psalm 119:110), of the pit (Psalm 30:3), of the very gates of death (Psalm 9:13); with no merit or worthiness in himself, David was continually raised up by God’s grace and favor.

God’s grace wells up in Psalm 41, where David exults in divine mercy amid his own weakness, powerful enemies, and treacherous friends. In this psalm, David tracks the flow of divine grace back to its source at the cross and, with prophetic vision, finds it springing forth in the lives of all baptized believers—including you.

Lent is the ideal time to meditate on David’s ordeals and your secure position in Christ. Psalm 41 provides the ideal guide to your meditation. If the laments of Psalm 41 call to mind your numerous difficulties and need for deliverance, they depict even more clearly the work by which your deliverance has been won.

Because you are in Christ, you share in all things with Him, even the prophetic Word. David’s vision in Psalm 41 has become your reality in Christ. In the day of trouble, the Lord delivers you; the Lord protects you and keeps you alive; you are called blessed in the land (see Psalm 41:1–2). Press on to know the Lord’s suffering, death, and Word. As surely as the Lenten journey ascends to the victory of Easter, you shall be raised up.

February 21 - Sustained in Sickness
February 28 - I Have Sinned
March 6 - Soon and Never
March 13 - Empty Words
March 20 - Vindication

 Holy Week and Easter Services


Palm Sunday

March 23—6:30 pm

March 24—9:30 am

Maundy Thursday

March 28—6:30 pm

Good Friday

March 29—6:30 pm

Easter Vigil

March 30—6:30 pm

Easter Sunrise

March 31—7:00 am

Easter Festival

March 31—9:30 am