Wednesday, February 14 | 7pm | Sanctuary
Participants in the Ash Wednesday Service will be invited to receive ashes in the shape of a cross on their foreheads. Ashes are a symbol of mortality and a sign of humility and repentance. We leave the service in gratitude that through the cross, Christ conquered death. Nothing can separate us from the love of God!
Stephen Ministry Lenten Devotional
Beginning Sunday, February 11, a new Stephen Ministry Lenten Devotional will be available in the Gathering Space or read it online here.
This compilation of devotionals for each day of Lent 2024 was lovingly and prayerfully written by FPC Stephen Ministers, both past and present. Through these writings, they share God’s love and the hope of the scriptures.
40 for 40 Food Drive
Click here for Donation List
In observance of the Lenten Season, many people choose to “give up” something they enjoy as they enter a period of reflection. An alternative is to “give” to someone who needs what you take for granted. Please consider donating shelf stable items to The Pantry on Church. You and your family may: donate an item per day, as indicated below, one item per week, or have your children choose their favorite item to contribute. A flyer with weekly lists is available in the Gathering Space and online at fpcmarietta.org/lent.
Lenten Bible Study: Finding God in the Wilderness
with Dr. Brennan Breed
Sundays, February 25 and March 10-24
9:45am-10:45am | Great Hall | Livestream available
Music & Arts
The Music & Arts Committee is beginning to plan for our Holy Week Services. If you are interested in enhancing worship service through the visual arts please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
One Great Hour of Sharing – Special Easter Offering
Learn more or give online here.
Millions of people lack access to sustainable food sources, clean water, sanitation, education, and opportunity. The three programs supported by One Great Hour of Sharing – Presbyterian Disaster Assistance, the Presbyterian Hunger Program, and Self-Development of People – all work in different ways to serve individuals and communities in need. From initial disaster response to ongoing community development, their work fits together to provide people with safety, sustenance, and hope.