Lent 2020

NOTE: Due to the Covid-19 Virus, all services at Bethlehem have been cancelled for the next several weeks and moved online. Check out our new page “Bethlehem Online” for videos and bulletins of our services.

What is “Lent”?

Lent is a season of the Church Year that lasts six weeks. Lent begins on Ash Wednesday and ends the day before Easter Sunday. During these six weeks we look forward to Good Friday, the day our Lord died on the cross to pay for our sins, and to Easter Sunday, the day He rose from the dead to prove it!

Why do we celebrate Lent for 40 days?

Lent is a time when we are reminded of what Jesus gave up for us, and a time when we look forward to and prepare for His death and resurrection! During these 40 days, we remember God’s faithfulness to His people and how His faithfulness is complete in Jesus, our Savior. Jesus remains faithful to us, always.

Red Letter Challenge

Starting on Ash Wednesday (February 26th) and running through Palm Sunday (April 5th), Bethlehem will spend 40 days in the Red Letter Challenge. Watch our Facebook and Instagram for daily challenges! You can click here to download a pdf version of the Red Letter Challenge slide booklet.
If you would like to purchase the Red Letter Challenge, you can do so for $20 by clicking here.

During Lent, Pastor Shearier’s sermons will be based on the weekly themes of the Red Letter Challenge.

Facing the Cross

On Wednesdays during Lent, Pastor Shearier’s sermon theme will be “Facing the Cross”, where we will look at facing our sins, each other, our temptation, our fears, our worldliness, and our suffering.

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