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Shrove Tuesday Pancake Supper

February 25  |  5-7pm
We will be serving all-you-can-eat pancakes and sausage to support S.W.A.T. Student Ministries in the gym. Purchase tickets with cash or debit/credit at the door, but group table reservations are available by emailing Pastor Dave at [email protected] Carry-out is available at no extra charge. The cost is: $8/adults, $4/kids 4-11, Free, kids 3 & under, $20/household. Bring your family, friends, and neighbors, everyone is welcome!

Ash Wednesday

February 26  |  12 noon & 7pm
The Ash Wednesday service is marked by the imposition of ashes which signifies repentance (usually in the shape of the cross), which points us to the good news yet to come on Easter morning. Ash Wednesday is a powerful day in our faith as we are able to openly recognize our sinfulness, our frailty, and stare death in the face as we confess our need of a savior. We invite you to join us for one of our two services at 12 noon and 7pm, as we begin the Lenten season.

The Walk Lenten Bible Study

Thursdays, February 27-April 9  |  7pm
Join Pastor Beth in the deep end to learn more about the five essential spiritual practices of worship, study, serving, giving, and sharing our faith in a six-week study by Adam Hamilton, The Walk. How do we walk with Christ – daily follow him, grow in him, and faithfully serve him? Email Pastor Beth to sign up. 

Maundy Thursday

April 9  |  7pm
"A New Commandment" is a 7-movement cantata for choir and orchestra that brings to life the perspectives of those characters in new ways, through monologue and song. It is my hope that through this music and drama, we might find ourselves in this story, in a more intimate way than before." - Kevin S. Foster, Epworth Member

Good Friday Stations of the Cross 

April 10  |  12 noon-4pm
From Gethsemane to the Tomb, come walk with Jesus on Good Friday through the Stations of the Cross. This self-directed worship experience takes place in our sanctuary, come when you can and stay as long as you like. Each of the fourteen stations focuses on moments leading to Jesus’ death on the cross. The stations are portrayed in artwork created by Epworth members and friends from the community and inspired by scripture. Open to the public.