These interactive prayer stations focused on the story of the Golden Calf. Advertisements
Feb 15 is Interactive Sunday, where there will be opportunities to engage in prayer through song, reflection, and hands on activity. This is a wonderful intergenerational worship opportunity. The theme will be reflecting on the season of Lent.
Lent begins on March 5 with Ash Wednesday. Ash Wednesday is a time to reflect on our life and the meaning of Christ in our life. Come and 6.30-7pm for worship through reflection, music, and a ritual of ashes.
During Lent, you can participate in the photo-a-day challenge as a Lenten discipline. Below are some of the pics that people at St. John’s have taken. Who Am I Wonder Injustice Love Spirit Lift Earthly Go
These interactive prayer stations were planned and designed by our confirmation kids, Mackenzie Kwok, Chris Dale, Lindsey Dale, and Caroline Lo.
May 1 – The prayer stations focused on the meaning of Easter and Christ’s resurrection in our lives. People were invited to reflect on one’s need for God’s hope and compassion through taize music, reflecting on our need for Christ’s peace, drawing symbols that represent our doubts and placing them in the bundle as a
March 20 – The prayer stations focused on reflection during this Lenten season and the story of Nicodemus. People were invited to reflect on one’s need for God’s love and forgiveness through taize music, reflecting on scripture, burning paper as a symbol of letting go of our old patterns of life, and writing prayers of