Lent and Easter Season 2023

We invite you to join our Lenten observance, which begins with Ash Wednesday, February 22 and culminates with Easter Sunday on April 9.

Ash Wednesday / February 22

Ash Wednesday marks the beginning of Lent, a season of self-examination, prayer, and reflection.

Holy Week and Easter

Palm Sunday / April 2:

  • One service @ 10 a.m.

Maundy Thursday / April 6:

  • 5:45 p.m. soup supper
  • 6:30 p.m. service

Good Friday / April 7:

  • 5:45 p.m. soup supper
    6:30 p.m. service

Easter Sunday / April 9:

  • One service @ 10 a.m.
Photo from inside a dark cave with rays of sunlight at entrance

Cave photo by Bruno van der Kraan on Unsplash

More Ways You Can Reflect and Redirect During Lent

During this season of prayer, self-examination, and increased intentionality, many Christians commit to a Lenten spiritual practice. Some choose to embrace this season of simplicity by giving up a particular food or drink, such as meat, dessert, or alcohol. Others take on a spiritual practice of daily prayer, whether by praying the Daily Office, taking contemplative walks, or spending some time in quiet with God each day. Still others commit to reading Scripture or journaling.

There are countless ways to intentionally journey through Lent; here are some examples from our rector, The Reverend Dorota Wright-Pruski, to help you accept God’s invitation to reflect and redirect during this season