Overheard Conversations by the Cross
A series of special midweek services for Lent
Do you suppose it is possible that various people who were involved in our Lord’s Passion ever had the opportunity to talk with one another about it? Perhaps even right then, while the events were happening? Can you imagine what they might have said?
NOON Meditations at 12:10pm • EVENING Worship at 7:00pm
[note: choirs in evening services only]
join us for dinner
ASH WEDNESDAY in the sancturary
FEBRUARY 13, 12 NOON AND 7:00 P.M. –
Imposition of Ashes and celebration of Holy Communion; Jubilate Choir.
Conversation: Malchus, whose ear was cut off and healed at Gethsemane, and Mark, who ran from the Garden naked.
ASH WEDNESDAY • contemporary worship • Walker Hall Auditorium
FEBRUARY 13 7pm Night of Worship auditorium
With piercing insight and dramatic reality, these Lenten services invite us to eavesdrop on the concerns and conflicts of people whose lives were touched ... and changed ... by the crucifixion of Jesus Christ--just as our lives have been.
FEBRUARY 20 “Barabbas and Caiaphas”
Barabbas, the criminal released when Jesus was condemned, and Caiaphas, the high priest who led the cries for his release.
Sanctus Singers (middle school girls' choir)
FEBRUARY 27 “Pilate and His Wife”
Kantate Choir (Grade 5)
MARCH 6 “Simon and the Centurion”
Simon of Cyrene, who carried our Lord’s cross, and the Centurion, who compelled him to.
Hosanna Choir (Grade 4)
MARCH 13 “The Two Thieves”
The Two Thieves who were crucified with Christ.
Alleluia Choir (Grade 3)
MARCH 20 “Mary and John”
Mary, our Lord’s grieving mother, and John, the “beloved disciple,” who took her to his home.
If you could have listened to conversations like those, what might you have OVERHEARD?