Walking with Jesus

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You're invited on the journey of a lifetime!

Bishop Sandra Steiner Ball invites you to a closer, more intimate walk with Jesus through an exciting new conference-wide initiative: Walking with Jesus!

Experience God's word anew through reflections and special resources that take us to the places Jesus walked, taught, preached, healed, and transformed the world!

Check back often - there will be special resources available for free - through Pentecost 2020.

Follow this link for free Lenten worship preparation resources from UMC Discipleship.

Walking with Jesus is an experience of new beginnings, new life, renewed hope and light.
It is a new opportunity for laity and clergy to hear God call our names and help us to discover, or rediscover, the gifts God has given to each of us to help bring life and light to all God’s people!

Bishop Sandra Steiner Ball

Lent is a season of forty days, not counting Sundays, which begins on Ash Wednesday and ends on Holy Saturday. 

Historically, Lent began as a period of fasting and preparation for baptism by converts and then became a time for penance by all Christians. Because Sundays are always little Easters, the penitential spirit of Lent should be tempered with joyful expectation of the Resurrection.

Follow this link for Lent reflections!

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Follow this link for free Lenten worship preparation resources from UMC Discipleship.

Holy Week is the final week of Lent, beginning with Passion/Palm Sunday and concluding with Holy Saturday. It is during these days that the readings focus primarily on the last days and suffering and death of Jesus.

Follow this link for Holy Week Walking with Jesus reflections and pictures.

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Download pictures from the Holy Land, for worship, personal devotion or small group reflections. Visit our WVUMC Flickr account.  

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