Immerse yourself in this experiential art exhibit to witness the impact of Christ’s sacrifice and to understand God’s overwhelming love and grace for your life.
Tickets are free, but necessary in order to ensure only small groups move through at a time. Think about who you might invite. This experience will be powerful, and one you’ll want to share.
Journey to Daily Prayer
Get daily prayer reminders on your phone during Lent. It doesn’t matter what time of day you pray, as long as you make time for God.
Sign up for Text-to-Pray today! Simply fill out the form, or text JOURNEY to 888-521-3216.
Journey to Forgiveness with Kim Phúc
Wednesday, March 27 at 6 pm, Ascension Chapel
Kim Phuc is commonly referenced as “the Napalm Girl” as she was the nine-year-old child in the Pulitzer prize-winning photograph during the Vietnam War on June 8, 1972. She is now a public speaker who offers a gripping story of the road to reconciliation and forgiveness through faith in Christ.
Join us for an incredible lecture on reconciliation and forgiveness on the way to the Cross. This is an opportunity for you to invite friends and neighbors to learn how forgiveness can lead you down the path of physical, emotional, and spiritual well-being.
Tickets available now!
Nursery care available with reservation.
Lenten Concert Series
The Choir of Saint Thomas Church, Fifth Avenue
Sunday, March 17 • 4 pm
David Higgs in Recital
Thursday, March 21 • 7:30 pm
Incarnatus in Concert
Friday, March 29 • 8 pm
The Choir of New College, Oxford
Saturday, April 6 • 7:30 pm
Ash Wednesday is a holy day of prayer, fasting, and repentance that marks the beginning of Lent. Attend one of our traditional services at 7 am, Noon, 6 pm, or our Uptown Contemporary service at 6 pm.
Stations of the Cross
Friday, March 22 at 6 pm
Theology of Suffering
Sunday, March 24 at 6 pm
Fr. Austin’s lecture focuses on the question: What good is suffering? Sometimes suffering must be endured, because the alternatives would be worse. In the New Testament, it is said that Christ was made perfect through sufferings. There is also sharing in the sufferings of Christ. What do such expressions mean? Is there any sense we can make of suffering?
Confession during Holy Week will be available Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday in Good Shepherd Chapel in the Church at Noon & 5 pm.