Lent and Holy Week
Ash Wednesday -Divine Service- with Imposition of Ashes
Sesquicentennial: Time to Repent, Time to Remember
Taken from the Scriptures of the Passion History for that Evening
February 21 Jesus Provides a Remembrance Matthew 26:13
February 28 Strange Glorification John 13:31
March 7 Following: Learning about Ourselves, our Lord Mark 14:32
March 14 Clergy + People: God’s powerful combination Matthew 26:59
Holy Communion is celebrated
March 21 A Kingdom Not of This World John 18:36
Maundy Thursday Sesquicentennial: Commanded to Love
Good Friday Circuit 3 Tre Ore Worship, 12 noon – 3:00 p.m.
Bethlehem Lutheran Church, 4815 Hamilton, Ave., 21206
Pastors and churches of the Circuit gather for hymns and
preaching on the seven last words of Christ from the
cross. Worshipers may come and go between any of the
words, as they are able.
March 30 Good Friday Sesquicentennial: Time to Mourn
April 1 Sesquicentennial: Time to Rejoice! Holy Communion
Proclaiming in Word and Music that Jesus Lives!
All evening services are at 7:00 p.m.
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Pastor Elliott M. Robertson,
and the people of Martini Lutheran Church, Baltimore