Lenten Vespers

Join us for prayer, music, scripture and a Lenten reflection by First Cong members.

Posted on March 17, 2021 at 6:46 pm in Lent and Vespers.

Lent 2021: Into the Wilderness

 Into the Wilderness

The Lenten theme, Into the Wilderness, is inspired by Jesus spending 40 days in the wilderness. We, too, feel as though we have had a sense of wilderness in the last year. Each week we will focus on how Jesus may have experienced his time in the wilderness and how we may or may not have had a similar experiences.

Posted on March 10, 2021 at 2:59 pm in Lent.

Ash Wednesday Service

Ash Wednesday Worship: Service of Liturgy and Holy Communion

Posted on February 17, 2021 at 7:47 pm in Lent.

Lenten Season 2020 - Pilgrimage Walks- cancelled

Join us at 11:00 a.m., rain or shine, for one-hour walks in Madison or at the First Congregational Chapel Labyrinth.

Saturday, March 7 -  UW Arboretum  or Chapel Labyrinth
Saturday, March 21 -  Elver Park  or Chapel Labyrinth
Saturday, April 4 - Edna Taylor Park/Aldo Leopold Nature Center or Chapel Labyrinth

Posted on March 9, 2020 at 10:06 am in Lent.

Lenten Season 2020 - Vespers - cancelled

Join us for this quiet time of worship that will include music, scripture, prayer, and reflection. In keeping with our Lenten theme of Pilgrimage, each week will offer an opportunity to hear from someone about a time when they found themselves on a pilgrimage in life.
March 4 - Cindy Graham
March 11 - Susan Heneman
March 18 - Carl Rasmussen
March 25 - Rachel Durfee
April 1 - Josh Feyen

Posted on March 9, 2020 at 9:49 am in Lent.

Lenten Sermon Series - Join us online

The Season of Lent

Pilgrimage: Take, Leave, Lose, Find

We invite you to join a pilgrimage in Lent. Where are we headed? We are headed to Easter. What should we take? Everyone will have their own packing priorities. Will I have company? At times, but not always. What will the journey look like? It will be unique for everyone. Can I take someone with me? Of course. Will I be able to finish? Time will tell.

Posted on March 3, 2020 at 5:09 pm in Lent.

RSS Feeds