You are invited to journey with us in a season of

Awe and Love...a season called Lent.

     The year 2017 marks the international observance of the 500th anniversary of the Reformation. In honor of that anniversary, this Midweek Lenten series is built around Luther’s Small Catechism. The Small Catechism was designed as a teaching tool of the faith, not just within the church but in the home. Luther intended for the home to be the place where faith was first shared and taught. To that end he created the Small Catechism: a simple explanation of the Ten Commandments, the Creed, the Lord’s Prayer, and the Sacraments. He also included basic prayers for morning and evening, and suggested ways to worship, praise, and revere God during each part of our day.

Soup Supper & Service


Join with us for

food, fellowship, and worship!



SERVICE @ 7:15p

gluten free options available

free will offering only



for LENT

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Each day we will send you a brief meditation along with a Bible verse and a daily practice. While this will not take too much time, it does give you a pause for your day as you journey through this rich, life changing season of Lent.




The Lenten season is a time of special focus on our relationship with God.

To help with that we have made a daily photo challenge that corresponds with the daily email devotions. 

See the list

Post daily on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter using the hashtag #AdventLent


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Columbus, OH  43220
Tel: 614-451-3639
Fax: 614-451-0322

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Member of the ELCA

About the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America:
The ELCA is one of the largest Christian denominations in the United States, with more than 3.5 million members in more than 9,300 congregations across the 50 states and in the Caribbean region. Known as the church of "God's work. Our hands," the ELCA emphasizes the saving grace of God through faith in Jesus Christ, unity among Christians and service in the world. The ELCA's roots are in the Bible and the writings of the German church reformer Martin Luther.

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