Lent 2022

March 2

Ash Wednesday

Contemplative worship at 7:30 pm

Lenten Devotions

Daily devotions can help us deepen our understanding of how God is calling us.

Good Enough:
Embracing the Imperfections of Life and Faith
 

Lent can be a time of deepened reflection – a time to take stock of our lives and how our faith is progressing. We will examine our lives during Lent, but rather than feeling guilty about what we haven’t accomplished, we will spend time questioning how our culture’s obsession with achievement and perfection actually keeps us from the true depths of life and faith. We will embrace our holy, “good enough,” lives.

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Material for our Lenten theme has been adapted from materials developed by Marcia McFee at the Worship Design Studio

March 10

The Right Tempo

God never promised that the yoke would literally be "easy". What if the yoke is "well fitting" and we discover a tempo that fits us and energizes us.

Matthew 11:28-30

March 17

Preparing a Table

God is present with us through still waters, green pastures, darkest valleys. Have we been too busy to be really present to each other?

Psalm 23

March 24

Tuning In

We all need to be like Martha at times, but we also need to be like Mary - sitting still and tuning in to Jesus. 

Luke 10:38-42

March 31

Living Light

How can we throw off the load of expectations and "shoulds" that clutter our lives and our serenity and our relationship with God?

Luke 12:29-34

April 7

A Time for Every Matter

Do our devices blur the lines between busy and rest? Is there a time for every matter - rest as well as work as well as prayer?

Ecclesiastes 3:1-13

Lent 2022

March 2

Ash Wednesday

Contemplative worship at 7:30 pm

Lenten Devotions

Daily devotions can help us deepen our understanding of how God is calling us.

The Presbyterian Outlook has prepared a set of daily devotions for each week during Lent. If you would like a copy of these devotions, send a message to info@pccsf.org

Good Enough:
Embracing the Imperfections of Life and Faith
 

Lent can be a time of deepened reflection – a time to take stock of our lives and how our faith is progressing. We will examine our lives during Lent, but rather than feeling guilty about what we haven’t accomplished, we will spend time questioning how our culture’s obsession with achievement and perfection actually keeps us from the true depths of life and faith. We will embrace our holy, “good enough,” lives.

Printed Devotions

Our series this year is based on the book by  Kate Bowler "Good Enough: 40ish Devotionals for a Life of Imperfection". The book is available at Amazon and other booksellers.

Devotions delivered to your inbox:

Material for our Lenten theme has been adapted from materials developed by Marcia McFee at the Worship Design Studio