Set in minor, brief visits of the sigh motif appear in the major as the setting paints the picture of Christ’s crucifixion.
Lent is a time of preparation, meditation and reconciliation. Where the word of God, and His promises bring comfort to our Hearts, the assurance of forgiveness of sins, set our hearts free to worship the one who created us, the one who gave His life for many.
Gather among His children to receive His gift of forgiveness, salvation and life everlasting. We look forward to meditate in His death as it is how He conquered our iniquities and we focus on His resurrection which brings us to a new life in Him.
Every Wednesday at 5:30 pm, in the Chapel followed by Soup Supper in the Fellowship Hall.