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The season of Lent invites us to spend some intentional time reflecting on Jesus, His 40 days in the wilderness, and looking at our own spiritual lives. Lent can be a season to review, reevaluate and renew our commitments to Christ.

Lent Timeline

Lent begins on Ash Wednesday, February 17

Sermon series begins Sunday, Feb 21
thru Easter Sunday, April 4

Lent Life Groups

Join others in community for this exciting new Lent Series, where we say yes to Christ’s invitation to cross the canyons in our lives. Digital groups are open now.

February 17:
Ash Wednesday

7:30–8:30am
and 4:30–5:30pm

Come up to the Bel Air campus for a drive-thru, reflective experience that includes: The imposition of ashes (sanitary applicators used to impose ashes), communion (with pre-packaged elements), and reflections with Audio Divina by Pastor Care, and a message from Pastor Drew, accessible on your smart device, and all from the comfort of your car.

For the most reflective experience, download content ahead of your arrival.

March 28:
Palm Sunday

Online Worship Services:
9 am, 11 am, 1 pm, 3 pm, 6 pm, & 8 pm

On-Campus Outdoor Worship Services:
10am & 4 pm

Check back for more information.

Parents, you can help your kids create their own “palm frond” craft to be used in worship by visiting our Kids’ page.

April 1:
Maundy Thursday | World Wide Meal

Join Christians all around the world to commemorate the Last Supper and Jesus’ final hours on what is known as Maundy Thursday.

Check back for more information.

April 2:
Good Friday Service | 7 Cries in the Dark

Pastor Drew will lead us through a meditative and immersive online experience as we reflect upon the seven profound statements that Jesus said from the cross. Considering the darkness that had spread over the land during the crucifixion of Jesus, the Light of the World, these “Seven Cries in the Dark” will be a profound light to us in the midst of this dark season.

April 4:
Easter Sunday

Online Worship Services:
9 am, 11 am, 1 pm, 3 pm, 6 pm, & 8 pm

On-Campus Outdoor Worship Services:
10am & 4 pm

Check back for more information.

Lent Life Groups

Join others in community for this exciting new Lent Series, where we say yes to Christ’s invitation to cross the canyons in our lives. Digital groups are open now.

March 28:
Palm Sunday

Online Worship Services:
9 am, 11 am, 1 pm, 3 pm, 6 pm, & 8 pm

On-Campus Outdoor Worship Services:
10am & 4 pm

Check back for more information.

Parents, you can help your kids create their own “palm frond” craft to be used in worship by visiting our Kids’ page.

April 1:
Maundy Thursday | World Wide Meal

Join Christians all around the world to commemorate the Last Supper and Jesus’ final hours on what is known as Maundy Thursday. The word “maundy” comes from “mandatum” or commandment, referencing His final instructions to the disciples while having a meal together. We will make resources available in advance with Scriptures to read, prayers to share, and questions to discuss. We encourage you to take a picture or record an aspect of the meal, Skype or zoom with friends as you go through it and #worldwidemeal on Instagram.

Check back for your meal guide.

April 2:
Good Friday Service | 7 Cries in the Dark

7 pm

Pastor Drew will lead us through a meditative and immersive online experience as we reflect upon the seven profound statements that Jesus said from the cross. Considering the darkness that had spread over the land during the crucifixion of Jesus, the Light of the World, these “Seven Cries in the Dark” will be a profound light to us in the midst of this dark season.

April 4:
Easter Sunday

Online Worship Services:
9 am, 11 am, 1 pm, 3 pm, 6 pm, & 8 pm

On-Campus Outdoor Worship Services:
6 am Sunrise Service on the patio &
9 & 11am worship on campus

Check back for more information.

A Journey With Christ to the Other Side

We live in a world filled with canyons.

But the vast majority are not geological. They are emotional, relational, financial, spiritual.

Some of us have a canyon between us and a loved one, between us and those people, between us and who we know God is longing us to be.

2020 created new canyons that did not exist before.

The thing is, Christ is inviting us to cross these canyons.

man standing on cliff
brown and black rugged mountain at daytime

Though canyons can be massive, we will explore 7 steps we see in Scripture that will help us put one foot in front of the other. 

These 7 steps will give us a path forward toward God’s glory and transformation in our lives.

We all have canyons that need descending and yet as Christ-followers, we have hope as our companion and the light of relentless love blazing the way.

In this lent season, we embark on an adventure that has been waiting for us.  

Let’s ask God to help us identify the canyons in our lives,  give us the courage to say yes to this 7-week journey, and to follow Jesus to the other side.

For more information, email info@belairpres.org

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