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Midweek Lenten services will be at 6:45 p.m. Wednesdays at Immanuel Lutheran Church, 1403 Ninth Ave. SE, from Feb. 29 through March 28. These services will be preceded by a soup and sandwich potluck at 6 p.m.
Ash Wednesday worship services, the beginning of Lent, will be observed Wednesday at Immanuel Lutheran Church, 1403 Ninth Ave. S.E. Holy Communion will be celebrated at 6:45 p.m., as well as the symbolic imposition of ashes. The Rev. Nels Lillejord will lead this service into the Lenten journey.
A series of lunches and community worship events will begin Wednesday and run to April 13 in the Jamestown Business Center. The “Real Life, Real Blessings, Real God” theme of services is sponsored by the Jamestown Ministerial Association. The series explores how real benefits and blessings are given to people in the ups and downs of life.
As we approach the 2011 Lenten season, let us take time to reflect on the ways that we can enhance our Lenten experience.
The Prairie Climate Stewardship Network is inviting communities and people of faith to participate in a carbon fast during the upcoming Lenten season.
We are encouraging communities and people of faith to reflect upon the choices we make in energy use and to engage in basic energy-saving practices. Through reflection and action, we may realize how dependent we have become on some choices we make that are ultimately wasteful and damaging to creation.
The Lenten Luncheons, a cooperative venture by churches in the Jamestown Ministerial Association, start again March 9, meeting on six Wednesdays through Lent.
The luncheons began more than 25 years ago. They were occurring before Sister Michaeleen Jantzer came to town and became the Ministerial Association secretary.
The Jamestown Ministerial Association Lenten luncheon and services continue each Wednesday at different local churches. Lunch will be served from 11:30 a.m. to 12:15 p.m. with worship service following from 12:20 to 12:50 p.m.
The Jamestown Ministerial Association Lenten luncheon and services continue each Wednesday at a different local church. Lunch will be served from 11:30 a.m. to 12:15 p.m. with worship service following from 12:20 to 12:50 p.m.
“With Christ in the Upper Room” is this year’s Lenten theme at Victory Lutheran Brethren Church. Come, listen each Wednesday at 7:15 p.m. as the Lenten messages, taken from John 13-16, such as “Jesus Shows the Way to the Father,” “Jesus Promises the Holy Spirit,” “Jesus Claims to be the True Vine,” “Jesus Warns of Tough Days Ahead,” Jesus Informs Us of the Work of the Holy Spirit” and “Jesus Teaches Us About Prayer, Joy and Peace” lead people to the cross.
Midweek Lenten services will be held at 6:45 p.m. Wednesdays at Immanuel Lutheran Church, 1403 Ninth Ave. S.E. from Feb. 24 until Holy Week. These services will be preceded by a soup and sandwich potluck at 6 p.m.
The theme for these midweek services is “Symbols of Easter,” led by Wendell Kopperud, interim lay minister. The public is invited to join the congregation in worship.
Immanuel Lutheran Church is located next to Gardenette Housing in southeast Jamestown.
“You Are the Body of Christ” will be the theme of the 2010 community Lenten services on Wednesday evenings for Gackle, Medina, Streeter and Tappen. Participating pastors and churches in the four communities will begin the series on Ash Wednesday, Feb.17. The Ash Wednesday services will include the traditional imposition of ashes.
Prairie Climate Stewardship Network once again invites communities and people of faith to participate in a carbon fast this Lenten season.
“Last year’s positive response showed us that people of faith in North Dakota are interested in deepening their relationship with their Creator by making a difference in their relationship to creation,” said Fr. Paul Schuster, president of PCSN and pastor of St. Andrew’s Church, Westhope, and St. Mark’s Church, Bottineau. “Because of that, PCSN is extending its outreach effort for this year’s Lenten session. So far, 31 faith communities have decided to share this invitation with their members.”
Lenten worship services are planned at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday (Ash Wednesday) at St. John’s Lutheran Church, 424 First Ave. S., Jamestown. The service will begin with imposition of ashes and Holy Communion. The theme for Ash Wednesday is “Forgive.”
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