Lenten Worship

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Lenten Worship2018-02-20T17:05:54+00:00

Easter on the Hill

  • No Lenten Wednesday worship at Easter on the Hill – please join us at Easter by the Lake

Pre-Lenten Worship Evening Meal

  • Before Lenten evening worship, enjoy a free, warm, and healthy meal at Easter by the Lake at 5:30 p.m.

Easter by the Lake

  • 6 p.m. Holden Evening Prayer worship with childcare
    4545 Pilot Knob Road, Eagan MN (map)
    (corner of Pilot Knob & Cliff)
  • “I AM” — In the Gospel of John, Jesus said “I AM” seven times. Join us as we dig into these “I AM” statements and hear from a variety of speakers who will help us see how God is still working in the world through Jesus’ “I AM” promises. The schedule for Wednesdays in Lent is:
    6:00 p.m. – Worship of Holden Evening Prayer
    6:30 p.m. – Bible Study and Speakers
  • February 21: I AM the Bread of Life John 6: 35-40
    Jason Viana, Executive Director of The Open Door will share stories about his experience supporting people in our community who experience food insecurity and tell us where he sees God at work as “The Bread of Life.”February 28: I AM the Light of the World John 8: 12-20
    Easter members who have traveled to Haiti will share how they saw the Light of the World in some of the poorest parts of the Western Hemisphere.

    March 7: I AM the Door John 10: 1-11
    If Jesus is the door, He is the one who lets things into our lives and keeps things out. Jenelle Thorvilson and Megan Oudekerk from Cedar Valley Therapy will talk about emotional, spiritual and physical boundaries and what God intends for each of us to have what Jesus calls “Abundant Life”

    March 14: I AM the Good Shepherd John 10: 11-18
    Nandi Rieck, Federal & State Program Specialist, ISD196, works with families and students in our school district who are experiencing homelessnes. She will share statistics and ways that we can be “shepherds” in our community, making sure all people have a place to call home.

    March 21: I AM the Resurrection and the Life John 11: 17-27
    There will be suffering in this life. But beyond suffering there is always hope for the future. Easter Pastors, and maybe a special guest or two, will share stories of suffering and hope.

  • Join us for a time of worship, community and learning!