Midweek Worship – “Convicted” – March 6 – April 10

Midweek Worship – “Convicted” – March 6 – April 10

Midweek Worship – “Convicted”

This year, our Midweek worship (Wednesdays), beginning on Ash Wednesday, will take us into a courtroom where a different biblical person from the story of Christ’s passion and death will be on trial. These trials will lead us to look at our own lives, asking if we are guilty of the same charges faced by the biblical characters. Our worship services will be opportunities to reflect on the sin that scars our lives and the forgiveness of God that frees us from that sin. Scripture, prayer, hymns and skits are designed to help us deepen our faith this Lent.

Ash Wednesday
“Defamation of Character”
Accused:  Jesus’ disciples
Would we be convicted of the charge of defamation of character against those for whom Jesus died?

March 13
“Dereliction of Duty”
Accused: Jesus’ disciples
Would we be convicted of the charge of dereliction of duty in our discipleship?

March 20
“Treason”
Accused: Judas
Would we be convicted of treason, of betraying the trust and authority of Christ?

March 27
“Perjury”
Accused: Peter
Would we be convicted of perjury, of denying to others our connection with Christ?

April 3
“Obstruction of Justice”
Accused: Pontius Pilate
Would we be convicted of obstruction of justice, causing Jesus to go to the cross?

April 10
“Rebellion”
Accused: Barabbas
Would we be convicted of rebellion against the kingdom of Christ?

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