Go to Jerusalem: A Lenten Devotional
Sundays during Lent, 9-9:30 am | Heritage Room
This Lent, imagine placing your hand in the hand of Jesus and journeying with him to Jerusalem.
In these daily devotions for the 40 days of Lent and Holy Week, pastor and scholar Mary Alice Mulligan leads us on a self-reflective journey to discover what it really means to follow Jesus. As you journey to Jerusalem, you’ll reflect on the scriptures in which Jesus calls on his Disciples to leave everything and follow him, is baptized and announces his ministry, predicts his own death, clears the temple and pledges to rebuild it in three days, and proclaims God’s love for all.
Entries begin with the darkness of Ash Wednesday and culminate with the glory of Easter morning. During Holy Week, Mulligan takes us through the events of that long-ago week with fresh eyes, new ways to understand an old story. These concise entries include scripture, reflections, journaling prompts, suggested spiritual practices, and a prayer. Entries are undated, making this a perennial resource.
We’ll be offering this devotional the Sunday prior to Ash Wednesday, Feb. 11. They will also be available upon request after Ash Wednesday.
Every Sunday at 9:00 a.m. in the Heritage Hall, we’ll come together to reflect on how our journeys are going, the challenges we’ve faced, and kernels of truth gleaned as we grow closer to God, that we may support each other in covenantal fellowship together.
For more information, or would like a devotional mailed to you, please contact Gabriel Requadt email@example.com (314) 872-9330.
Post Date: January 29, 2024