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Lent 2024 at Prospect

  • Lent is the season from Ash Wednesday (February 14 this year) to Holy Week which begins on March 24 with Palm Sunday.

  • Holy week includes Maundy Thursday and Good Friday, when we tell the story of Jesus' last hours on earth- the stories of the Last Supper and the Crucifixion.

  • Easter Sunday concludes this season with the celebration of Jesus' resurection.


See the opportunities to join Prospect in this holy season. 


Lent Worship at Prospect

Join us Sunday mornings during Lent for the Sanctified Art liturgy and liturgical art series Cultivating and Letting Go. Join us to explore what we are hoping to let go of this Lent and what we hope to cultivate. 

Themes for worship:

February 18 - Cultivating faithfulness, letting go of the fear of losing control

February 25 - Cultivating courage, letting go of fear

March 3 - Cultivating patience, letting go of easy answers

March 10 - Cultivating reconciliation, letting go of the scarcity mentality 

March 17 - Cultivating lavish love, letting go of judging others

March 24 (Palm) - Cultivating praise, letting go of betrayal. 


Lent Events

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Ash Wednesday

Feburary 14 7:30 am to 9:30 am

Ashes 2 Go

Pastor Jessica will offer ashes and an Ash Wednesday prayer to anyone who stops by the sidewalk in front of Prospect and would like them. All ages and backgrounds are welcome. 

Ash Wednesday

Feburary 14 6:30 pm

Ash Wednesday Worship and Soup dinner

Join the Prospect community in the fellowship hall for a soup dinner and Ash Wednesday worship. All are welcome; bring soup if you can, and bring yourself even if you can't bring soup.

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Lent Bible Study

Wednesdays at 9:30 and 6:30
February 21 to March 20

Join Pastor Jessica at Prospect (let us know if you'd like to join on zoom) to study the story of the last 24 hours of JEsus' life with 24 Hours That Changed The World. See the sites in the Holy Land where Jesus lived out the Last Supper, Garden of Gethsemane, Trial Before Pilate, Torture and Humiliation, and finally the Crucifixon. The study was created by Rev. Adam Hamilton. See more here. We will bulk order the book that goes with the study. Sign up to purchase one by emailing the office at You are welcome to join the study even if you don't read the chapter for each week, but it is helpful to read along.  

Maundy Thursday 

March 28, 2024, 6:30 pm

Dinner and Last Supper

Join us in the fellowship hall for the Agape Meal retelling of the Last Supper. We will share dinner and hear the story of the Last Supper as we fellowship together. 

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Good Friday

Friday March 29, 2024

Stations of the Cross prayer stations

Come and pray through the story of Jesus' last hours. Good Friday is a time where we reflect on Jesus' journey to the cross and his crucifixion. This open prayer time will include a guided devotional and stations to read the story of Jesus' crucifixion. 

Join us any time between:

7:30 and 9:30 am

11:30 and 1:30 pm

6:30 and 8:30 pm

Easter Sunday

March, 31 2024

A day of celebration

Join us Easter Sunday for worship, fellowship, and a new opportunity. 

8:00 am "Sunrise" yoga - come hear the Easter story and then join us in moving our bodies. Chair yoga option available.

8:45 am  Easter Breakfast -  Join us to share a fellowship time and meal. Bring something to share. 

10:30  am Traditional worship with special music. 

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