Lent 2021

Lent is a quieter season marked by fasting and self-examination, and other disciplines that are often solitary. Historically, however, it has also been a season of corporate preparation to create space for Christ—the whole community supporting and prodding each other in deeper discipleship.  Join us for lent in several ways:

> Drive-Thru Imposition of Ashes
> Participate in the Lenten Book Reading and Book Club
> Join Midday Prayer each Tuesday at noon
> Spend some devotional time with the Stations of the Cross
> Visit the outdoor Lenten exhibition on display at 112 Medina St.

Drive-Thru Imposition of Ashes

Join us on Sunday, February 21st from 3 – 4pm.  Drive up to the 2nd Street side of the church building where a priest will be curbside.  No registration required.

Stations of the Cross

Engage painted works and scripture in contemplation of Christ’s extravagant gift to us in his sacrifice.

Visit the Virtual
Station of the Cross


Lenten Book Reading

This Lenten season, join with the whole parish in reading this book! Additionally, join with others in reading and discussing Gentle and Lowly, The Heart of Christ for Sinners and Sufferers by Dane C. Ortlund.  The virtual book group will gather on Monday evenings at 7:30 from February 22 – March 22.

Register for the book club!

Midday Prayer

Join Father Cliff every Tuesday at 12:30pm for a 30 minute devotional based on Midday Prayer, with Scripture readings, and during Lent, reflections from our Lenten book, Gentle and Lowly, The Heart of Christ for Sinners and Sufferers by Dane C. Ortlund.. Push pause during your week and the middle of your day, to reorient yourself in God’s presence.

Join Midday Prayer!

Outdoor Exhibition

The writers and visual artists of Christ Church have collaborated to produce “The Way of Suffering,” an outdoor installation featuring twelve meditations on Jesus’ steps to His crucifixion. It is our prayer that these meditations will be a blessing to you as you walk through and process your own sufferings this Lenten season. “The Way of Suffering” is currently on display outside at 112 Medina St.

Learn more about the exhibition