Lent 2024

Lent is the period of 40 days leading up to Easter and beginning on Ash Wednesday. The season is often marked by repentance, humility, fasting, self-examination.

Lent culminates in Holy Week, beginning with Palm Sunday and Jesus' entrance into Jerusalem on a donkey. The final 3 days of Holy Week (Maundy Thursday, Good Friday, and Holy Saturday) are when we remember the Passover meal He shared with His disciples, His suffering in the garden of Gethsemane, His betrayal, arrest, beating, crucifixion, and death, and—lastly—the silence that lingered the following day.


If you're new to observing Christian Calendar (where we get seasons like Lent, Advent, and Ordinary Time), take a moment to learn about why we choose this rhythm.


Happened Wednesday, February 14

A service with worship, reflective prayer, and the imposition of ashes. We are reminded of our sinfulness, mortality, and the hope that is ours in Jesus.


Wednesdays through March 27 • 12–12:45PM • Gallery at the Park Church Building

Every Wednesday during Lent we will gather during the lunch hour to pray. Many are also fasting from food on Wednesdays, but please join us regardless.

Good Friday

Friday, March 29 • 5:30 & 7pm

We'll allow the Scriptures to take us to the scene of our Lord’s betrayal, arrest, trial, crucifixion and burial, setting us up for a deep celebration of Jesus’ resurrection on Easter Sunday.

Easter Sunday at Park Church

SUNDAY, MARCH 31 • 6:30, 8, 9:30, & 11AM SERVICES

In response to the wonder of Jesus' resurrection and victory over death and the grave, Easter stands alone as the most joyful, boisterous day we observe each year. Easter Sunday services are Family Services, where children will stay with their families to worship together.

The 9:30 and 11am services will be streamed live online. Live Spanish translation will be available at the 11am service.

Other Resources

Lenten Devotional Guides

Lent & Holy Week Artwork for 2024

Our artwork for this Ash Wednesday, Lent, Palm Sunday, Good Friday, and Easter are pieces adapted from a letterpress series by the late Avo Keerend, an Estonian graphic artist. We're excited to share more about these pieces soon.