The Way: "The Extravagant Way"
For thousands of years, religious people have made journeys of the heart and body as a way of gaining perspective and insight. There are journeys we choose and journeys that choose us. This season has a habit of leaving us in a much different place than it found us. The forty days of Lent is a time to wander deeply into our own wildernesses, to explore what we find there, and walk together for a while, as pilgrims do. Inspired by the passages in scripture that talk about our paths to (and away from) God, we will make our “way” together through this poignant season that culminates in the way to the cross and, finally, the empty tomb of Easter.
Rev. John Mollet speaking in the traditional services
Rev. Grant Palma speaking in the contemporary service
Rev. Armando Alvarado speaking in the bilingual service
Families in Worship
Professional childcare is provided during all worship services in the Education Building. If you’d rather worship as a family, activity binders for children are available at each worship venue. In the Sanctuary, a Family Comfort Room is located to the left as you exit. Rocking chairs, a changing station and toys are available as you watch the worship service live. Our ushers and greeters are happy to answer any questions you have about our family-friendly resources.
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