Central Presbyterian Church

Lent and Easter 2019

ASH WEDNESDAY

March 6, 7pm

Come into the candlelit sanctuary to pause, to keep silence, to pray, to think about what it means to be truly human in the way of Jesus Christ, and to receive the bread and cup that will sustain us for the journey ahead.

LENTEN STUDY GROUPS

March 10-April 14

Our Lenten Study, Cultivating and Letting Go, does not require homework and uses art as an important way of learning and connecting. Since Lent is traditionally a season when we give something up as a means for spiritual growth, this study invites us to ponder what God is cultivating in and through us, and also what we are letting go of to allow space for something new to grow.

Sundays at 9am  |  Adult Faith Formation
Led by Pastor Tim Mooney

Sundays at 5:30pm  |  James and Sara Eklund’s home
Led by Pastor Louise Westfall

Mondays 7pm  |  Don and Emily Nease’s home
Led by Emily Nease

Thursdays at 7pm  |  Theology on Tap
Led by Pastor Tim Mooney

Sign up in the Narthex Lobby or by contacting the church office: frontdesk@centraldenver.com, 303.839.5500

HOLY WEEK

Palm Sunday

April 14, 10:30am
Children’s Palm Processional and dramatic reading of the Passion Narrative according to Luke.

Featured will be the chancel choir and a smaller group of soloists singing 2 major works by the contemporary composer Arvo Part: his Summa and Stabat Mater. Summa was written in 1977, and is a setting of the Nicene Creed for choir. The Stabat Mater is a setting of the crucifixion from Mary’s point of view, and is written for a smaller group of voices and strings. Arvo Part’s music is extremely beautiful and very accessible. Please join us and bring friends who love classical music!

Faithful Tuesday

April 16, 12pm
Gather at the Capitol Building with other faith communities to witness for a just and moral economy, equity, and an inclusive community.  Hosted by the Interfaith Alliance

Holy Week Communion

During the last week of his earthly life, Jesus celebrated the Passover meal with his disciples and gave new meaning to the breaking of bread and sharing ofcup. Do this in remembrance of me. You’re invited to remember that “last supper,” as well as contemplating its significance as the Church gathers to celebrate Communion in smaller-group settings during Holy Week.  Everyone is welcome.

April 14, 9am   |  at the Learning for Life Lenten study

April 14, 5:30am |  at the home of Sara Hanlon and James Eklund

April 15, 7pm |  at the home of Emily and Don Nease

April 18, 7pm  |  at Theology on Tap, Baere Brewing 320 Broadway Unit E.

April 18, 7pm |  at the home of Judy and Bruce Heagstedt

Questions? Contact Pastor Louise louise@centraldenver.com, 303.839.5500.

Good Friday

April 19
Montbello United Church, 7pm

Join with neighbors from Trinity United Methodist Church and Montbello United Church (at Montbello, 4879 Crown Blvd, Denver) to worship in the shadow of the cross.

EASTER SUNDAY

April 21, 10:30am
The joyous celebration of Resurrection and new life in this festival service with special music, the cross of flowers, bells, and Easter message of hope.

Free parking available for all services

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