Journeys Through the Wilderness
In the Bible, the wilderness isn’t just a place. It’s also an experience of uncertainty, adversity, and spiritual struggle. The children of Israel spent 40 years in the wilderness on their way to the Promised Land. Jesus was tempted by the devil in the wilderness. For us, the wilderness can represent our own feelings of temptation, insecurity, or loss. But it can also result in greater insight, clarification, vision, and spiritual renewal.
On Sundays and Wednesdays during Lent, “Journeys Through the Wilderness” will bring the stories of God’s people in the pages of scripture together with our own stories in ways that will help us to see and experience Jesus at work in our lives through His own journey to the cross and the power of His Spirit among us today, even in the wilderness.
Week of March 6/7 & March 9 – The Wilderness of Temptation
*NOTE: Wednesday worship on March 9 will be replaced by Prayer Service for Ukraine.
Week of March 13/14 & March 16- The Wilderness of Uncertainty
Week of March 20/21 & March 23 – The Wilderness of Discontent
Week of March 27/28 & March 30- The Wilderness of Grief
Week of April 3/4 & April 6 -The Wilderness of Shame
Come on Sunday or Monday for worship, and on Wednesday for supper at 6:00 pm and worship at 7:00 pm as we reflect together in this holy season.