As Pastor Matt Harrison reminds us that Wednesday is Ash Wednesday, when the Church begins her slow and measured journey to the cross, where we see Jesus: the Savior who hangs — bloodied and scourged — for us. It is a time of reflection and repentance. And yet in the midst of our dusty Lenten ashes, we also look forward to Easter, when our Lord is raised from the dead, triumphing over sin and Satan, all for us. Yes, even during our Lenten fast, joy abounds! Join as this Wednesday for one of the Ash Wednesday worship services — 1 pm or 7 pm — and begin your journey to the cross to discover at the end of that journey the resurrection of Jesus Christ who paid for your sins so that you can have a new life both here on earth and eternally in heaven!
Raise your hands! Praise the Lord! Shout “AMEN!” Come enjoy favorite gospel songs accompanied by Dave Weesner on the one and only Joel Kremer theatre pipe organ, the largest in Colorado. Immanuel’s Jubilate Choir will also sing some old familiar Spirituals. Bring your tambourine if you have one! Join the fun and let your spirit soar! In the Organ Gym at Immanuel Lutheran Church Corner of Pikes Peak and Institute.
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The mission of Immanuel Lutheran Church is to vigorously
make known the love of GOD
by word and deed within our congregation,
and the world.
In grateful response to God’s grace and empowered by the Holy Spirit
through Word and Sacraments,
Immanuel strengthens and equips God’s people to develop
a mature and vibrant relationship with God through Jesus Christ.