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Sunday, February 18 – First Sunday of Lent – Worship with Holy Communion
In the gospel reading from Mark Jesus receives the gift of the Holy Spirit at his baptism. It is the gift of the Holy Spirit that empowers Jesus withstand the tempting of Satan and to go on to proclaim the good news of God’s reign. The same Spirit that empowered Jesus, empowers us.
Preacher and Liturgist: Pastor Paula Special Music: Chancel and Bell Choirs
February 21: “I AM the Bread of Life”
You need to eat to survive. But the body needs more than food to survive and truly live. We need Jesus, the Bread of Life.
Lenten Supper: Baked Chicken, Cheesy Potatoes and Baked Potatoes, Vegetable Plate with Ranch Dressing, Swedish Rye Bread, Brownies and Ice Cream, White and Chocolate Milk, Apple Juice and Coffee
Sunday, February 25 – Second Sunday of Lent – Worship
Peter confesses Jesus as Messiah and doesn’t like what Jesus has to say when Jesus tells him that he is heading to Jerusalem and the cross. Peter is not the only one who has trouble understanding what Jesus is all about. He is not looking for his own glory. Jesus came to serve, not to be served.
Preacher and Liturgist: Pastor Paula
Special Music: Hope Overflows – Outreach Team from Wartburg College in Waverly, Iowa
February 28: “I AM the Light of the Word”
Before God began to create in Genesis 1 the world was a dark and scary place. God created light and the world was no longer such a frightening place. In fact, with the creation of plants and sea creatures and animals and human beings it became beautiful. In this “I AM” statement Jesus is claiming the same of himself.
Lenten Supper: Wild Rice or Beef Vegetable Soup with Swedish Rye Bread, Grilled Cheese or Egg Salad, Raspberry Sundaes or Rootbeer Floats, White and Chocolate Milk, Apple Juice and Coffee