Encounters on the Road to the Cross
Hear the first person witness of these people who encountered Jesus (with a little help from Robert Martin Walker). Their encounters may help us recognize and name our own encounters. Journey with us each week in worship during Lent:
|March 6||The Rich Young Ruler||Mark 10:17-22|
|March 10||The Woman Caught in Adultery||John 7:53-8:11|
|March 17||The Samaritan Woman at the Well||John 4:4-42|
|March 24||The Mother of James and John||Matthew 4:21-22; 20:20-28; 27:55-56|
|March 31||Caiaphas||Matthew 26:57-68; 27:3-31, 62-66; 28:11-15|
|April 7||Simon of Cyrene||Mark 15:21-41|
|April 14||Nicodemus||John 3:1-12; 7:45-52; 19:38-42|
We call Jesus “Our Savior” because he died on the cross to save us from our sins. There will never be anyone who makes such an enormous sacrifice for us. As we journey through Lent “With Our Savior,” we will learn who God is calling us to be. Each daily devotion includes a reflection question for families. Copies of the devotion are available in the sanctuary foyers.
Receive the Scripture focus each day directly to your phone or inbox! To sign up for the verse of the day via text message, text @trinlent to the number 81010. To sign up for the Lenten verse of the day via email sign up below. These Scripture passages will match those in “With Our Savior” and are intended as a daily reminder during this season.
Lent begins on Ash Wednesday. We take on the ashes made from the burnt palm fronds from last Palm Sunday to confess our own mortality and our need of Christ.
Ashes, Blessing and Coffee: 7:00-8:00 AM
Forest Ave. Steps Drive up, receive the imposition of ashes and a blessing from Pastor Larry and Pastor Drew, and a cup of coffee to go. This is an opportunity to silently offer a witness to your faith all day long Ash Wednesday. You won’t even have to get out of your car!