Lenten Worship

Join us online for an Ash Wednesday service, anytime on February 17. Then worship each Sunday this Lent: February 21 - April 4 @ 9a.

Lenten Study Group

Join in this Minnesota Conference-wide study of the book Love is the Way: Holding on to Hope in Troubling Times by Rev. Michael Curry, Presiding Bishop of the Episcopal Church. Pastor Luke leads the small group for Park & Emily UMCs Wednesdays @ 6:30 p.m. starting February 24. 

Lent @ Home

Our pastors have created an At-Home Worship Guide for reflection and remembrance. Designed for those unable to worship online, this guide is for anyone looking for quiet worship at home. Download a copy today!

Daily Devotions

Throughout this Lenten season, we invite you to spend some time in reflection through art, scripture, and prayer. We are offering the opportunity to receive daily emailed devotions to start your morning. We will also be sharing devotions via social media channels.

Devotion Archive

Weekly Lessons for Kids

Simple lessons to help engage your kids with the season of Lent. These lessons will follow along with our worship series Again & Again: A Lenten Refrain. Check it out!

LENT FAQs

What is Lent?

What is Lent and why does it last forty days? Ask the UMC answers your questions about Lent!

Ash Wednesday

When did Ash Wednesday begin and why do we celebrate it? Ask the UMC answers your questions about Ash Wednesday!

Talking to kids about Lent?

Adults can help young people understand the story of Jesus' death better. Check out Teaching children about Holy Week: Telling the whole story on umc.org. 

What is Good Friday?

Jesus was crucified on the Friday of Holy Week. Learn how the day came to be known as Good Friday. Watch Chuck Knows Church: Good Friday.

Chuck Knows Church

Learn all about Lent and Easter from "Chuck", who just happens to know a lot about Church.

Wait! I still have more questions!

Check out Ask the UMC to find answers to questions you might not have even asked yet.

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