A number of misconceptions surround the season of Lent. It can often be thought of as a season of baseless self-denial, or take the shape of Resolution 2.0, yet, in reality this is a season of profound significance for the church as we prepare ourselves to celebrate the resurrection.
We join believers here in our neighborhoods and around the world as we Give Up and Take Up. We loose rhythms of distraction, isolation and undue busyness in order to recommit to and realign with rhythms of connection and communication with the Triune God, with each other and with our neighbors.
The darkness is giving way to the the light, and with anticipation we look forward to the redemption of all things by our Lord Jesus Christ.