The Penitential Psalms
Lent 2020
Most people have a favorite Psalm. Some of the most beloved and most quoted passages of Scripture are found in this book of Hebrew poetry.

Within the verses of the 150 Psalms, we find great words of comfort such as, “The Lord is my Shepherd, I shall not want” (Ps 23). We also find strength in words like, “God is our refuge and strength” (Ps 46). I’ve always loved the imagery of Psalm 139 which declares, “You knit me together in my mother’s womb.” It is Psalm 96 that encourages us to, “Sing to the Lord a new song.”

But what about Penitential Psalms?
Join us for the Wednesdays of Lent as we explore Psalm 51, Psalm 6, Psalm 38, Psalm 32, Psalm 130, Psalm 143 and Psalm 102 together.
We enjoy dinner together at 6:00pm in the Fellowship Hall and this year will utilize the Service of Compline as our time of worship and reflection. Service begins at 7:00pm.
Consider making Lenten Wednesdays a part of your week.
To read more about this year's series, check out this article over at The Craft of Preaching.

See you Wednesday nights at 6:00pm for dinner and 7:00pm for Compline!



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