Lent is a time to lay our sins before Christ and give up our guilty feelings. It's a time to give up the sin of hypocrisy --acting like a Christian on the outside, but being proud and self-centered on the inside. Lent is a time to give up the sin of duplicity --being a Christian on Sundays, but being the unbeliever on Fridays. It's a time to give up the sin of being lethargic --"someday I'll get my act together spiritually. Right now, though, I'm just too busy focusing on everything except God."
When we lay our sins before Christ, we can walk justified before God, knowing that we have been forgiven. Our sins have been washed away by the blood of Jesus Christ. A new beginning to live obedient to God's will. Living with an attitude of honesty and humility as we confess our sins to God leads to joy and peace, knowing that our sins have been forgiven.
Rejoicing and Sharing Jesus' love with the community.
Sunday mornings in the Education Wing from 9:15 to 10:00 am for children from 6th grade through High School.