April 3, 2019

Traditionally, during Holy Week, we set up the Prayer Labyrinth in the far end of the Fellowship Hall. This year, we are doing things a little differently. Susan Hunter and I have put together several prayer stations throughout the building. They are in the Prayer Room, Westminster Library, Hatcher Conference Room, the Gathering Space, at the font in the sanctuary and, yes, there is even one in the kitchen. There is a finger prayer labyrinth on the guide for you to use as well. You can pick up a guide in the welcome window, or click here to see it. At each station there will be further instructions. Some are interactive, like the station in the Prayer Room and the station in Hatcher. Others are to take with you and do like the station in the gathering space and in the kitchen. All are reflective and meant to guide you toward Jesus.

The stations will be up for the month of April. There is no rhyme or reason to the order on the guide so feel free to skip around. Do a couple each Sunday or come by the church during the week to move through them all at once. Do them one time or come back to them throughout the month. Our hope is that you will be able to take time to experience God through unique ways of prayer as we move through these final weeks of Lent.

Kendra Crabtree

Director of Communications and Church Life

Scripture Readings for April 7, 2019
Fifth Sunday of Lent
Isaiah 43:16-21
Psalm 126
Philippians 3:4b-14
John 12:1-8