Lent 2021

Lent is a season of preparation and repentance leading up to Easter.  This year Lent begins with Ash Wednesday on February 17, and continues until the Easter Vigil on the night of Saturday, April 3.
Lent is an opportunity, perhaps, to fast from something or give something up.  It is also a time, perhaps, to take up something new—some new spiritual practice, study, scriptural or devotional reading.  This webpage is full of resources and information for your Lenten journey toward Easter.

As in many things in life so it is for Lent, you get out what you put in.  In this case, if you spend time this February and March making for yourself a holy Lent, spending the extra time on your spiritual journey, you will be abundantly rewarded with a joyous and festive Easter season.  The more intentional the Lent, the more meaningful and joyful your Easter will be.  Remember, Lent may be 40 days, but Easter—the season in which we celebrate the Resurrection of Jesus—is a 50 day party!

I invite you, therefore, in the name of the Church, to the observance of a holy Lent, by self-examination and repentance; by prayer, fasting, and self-denial; and by reading and meditating on God’s holy Word. And, to make a right beginning of repentance, and as a mark of our mortal nature, let us now  kneel before the Lord, our maker and redeemer.
— Book of Common Prayer

Ash Wednesday Services

8:30AM-9:15AM – Ashes to Go – come by the church parking lot on the way to work
12:15PM – Ash Wednesday Liturgy with Eucharist and Ashes
6:30PM – Ash Wednesday Liturgy with Eucharist, Ashes, and Music


Documentaries about Monasticsm

Lenten Practices at CHA