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Lenten Services and Theme

Sometime around the year 762 BC, Amos, a herdsman from the small Judean town of Tekoa, heard the voice of God and compared it to hearing the roaring of a lion, a roaring that causes pastures to mourn and forests to wither (Amos 1:2). That is some kind of roar! The prophet then encounters the Lord as a Lion (3:12), and this propels him to confront Israel’s movers and shakers who were deaf to God’s call of justice and righteousness.

This Lent, we will listen to the Lion as He rumbles through the book of Amos. The message of his book is singular—Restore the Roar! On Easter, the roar of God’s saving love is restored forevermore!

*Wednesdays: dinner at 5:30pm, Services at 6:30pm

*Ash Wednesday – Feb. 13
Divine Service with Imposition of Ashes
Amos 1:1–2 “Rescued from the Rubble”
*Weds. Feb 20: Amos 3:1–8 “Upside Down”
*Weds. Feb 27: Amos 5:18 “This Is the Night the Lord Has Made”
*Weds. March 6: Amos 6:6 “Grieving for Joseph”
*Weds. March 13:  Amos 7:1–6 “Locust Here, Locusts There,  Everywhere”
*Weds. March 20: Amos 7:10–17 “Lion Alert!”
Maundy Thursday,  March 28: Amos 8:11–14 “The Taste Test”
Good Friday, March 29: Amos 9:1–6 “Buried!”
Easter Vigil, Sat. March 30, 7pm: Amos 9:7 “Exodus for All”
Easter, Sunday March 31 8am and 10:30am: Amos 9:11–15 “Come to the Feast”