Project Description

The season of Lent represents the time that Jesus fasted, prayed, and was tempted in the wilderness. For Christians it is a time of reflection and self-examination that begins with Ash Wednesday, moves us through Holy Week, and prepares us for the Celebration of Easter. Throughout the season of Lent at both our midweek and weekend services we will be focusing on the 12 disciples and how they were not only uniquely gifted and used by God but how their personality traits impacted their personal faith journey. As we look at their lives our hope and prayer is that we will be able to identify with a certain trait and characteristic that may encourage us in our own spiritual journey.

Click here to download our Lent Devotional.

Click here to see prior sermons in our Lenten Series.

Below you will find a brief service description and worship times. Our prayer is that this journey will be a blessing to your heart and spirit.

Mid-Week Lent Soup Suppers
Wednesdays, March 13-April 10   5:00 – 6:15 p.m.
Enjoy delicious food and fellowship before Wednesday night worship. Choose from different soups, delicious bread, beverages and dessert. PB&J and jelly sandwiches will be provided for children. A free will donation will be accepted.
Volunteer to Serve at Soup Suppers/Donate Desserts: Any Ministry Team, group, adult or youth interested in volunteering can sign up for one of two shifts: 4:00-6:00 p.m. OR 6:00-7:30 p.m. To sign up, click here, or email Patty at patty.bishop@kingofkingswoodbury.org

Mid-Week Lent Worship
Wednesdays, March 13-April 10   6:15 p.m. Service
Most of us know that Jesus chose 12 disciples who would become His closest companions. They would eat together, experience miracles together and be the recipients of Jesus’ main teaching. However they were not without faults and shortcomings. Jesus knew their personalities, both strong and weak. These men would disappoint him, desert him deny and betray him, yet He also knew that they would carry the Gospel message to the ends of the earth. (Acts 1:8)