Lent 2021: Food and Faith

Sunday worship throughout Lent has connected to practices of sustainable farming and gardening, food justice, and eating as practice of prayer. 

Join us on April 1 for Maundy Thursday on our regular Zoom and YouTube links. We look forward into sharing this sacred service with you. Together, we will share this sacred meal, the Jewish rite of the Passover, which has become our last supper.  You are invited to bring your dinner and communion elements with you.  

On Good Friday April 2, from 12-2 pm, you are invited to join us at the church for an at- your-own-pace Good Friday service reflecting on the day of Jesus the Christ’s crucifixion.

Rev. Blair is preparing four outside stations and one inside in the sanctuary reflecting on fear, community, waiting, injustice, and forgiveness. As safety is so important, masks, distancing, and no COVID symptoms/ contact are required. Since this service is self-guided, no RSVP is required. More information on COVID safety requirements and information about our outdoor services can be found here.

Lenten Food and Faith

The practice of eating is central to life.  We also seek to make our faith center to our lives. This Lent, we will focus on the practices related to eating so that we may learn to encounter food as a spiritual practice.  It is our hope that by experiencing the daily practice of eating as a spiritual practice that we may see other parts of our daily lives as expressions of faith as well.