Lent at Grace Lutheran Church

With daily Lenten prayers, mid-week Lenten meals and worship services, there is ample opportunity to reflect and grow during this special time of year.

DAILY LENTEN PRAYER

Daily Lenten Prayer will be offered in the sanctuary Monday-Thursday, 12:00-12:20 pm: February 11 through March 24.

This brief and simple prayer service will help center you during the Lenten season of reflection and repentance. We give thanks to God for clergy from the community who will be partnering with Grace to help lead these services. As always, the sanctuary will be open for its regular hours Monday-Thursday, 11:30 am-2pm for personal prayer and reflection time.

MID-WEEK LENTEN WORSHIP

Wednesdays, 6:30 pm: February 17 & 24, March 2 & 9 & 16. In the Sanctuary.

LENTEN MEAL

At 5:30 pm, our Lenten Meal precedes each Mid-Week Lenten Worship. Please join us!

FEBRUARY COMMUNITY BUILDING GOAL

During mid-week Lenten worship, try sitting next to a stranger and turn them into a friend.

LENTEN CALENDAR

Our upcoming Lenten events in the next week. Please click here to see our full Lenten calendar.

PRAYER PARTNERS ~ CONGREGATIONAL LENTEN DISCIPLINE

During the season of Lent, we invite all worshipers at Grace to connect with a prayer partner. 

This could be someone within the congregation, a family member, a friend, a co-worker, or a spouse/partner. If you do not have someone in mind, you may add your name to a list of open prayer partners., and Pastor Sarah will match you up with someone. To add your name to the open prayer partner list,  please contact Stephanie in the church office.

Prayer partners will be invited to pray for one another on at least a weekly, if not daily, basis and check in with one another at least weekly to hear about prayer concerns. This year's mid-week Lenten worship will be centered around a quote from Richard Rohr: "Faith is agreeing to live without full resolution." The support and encouragement of others is essential for such a life of faith, so please embrace the theme by connecting with a prayer partner!

Faith is agreeing to live without full resolution.
— Richard Rohr