Lent at VHBC

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Our Tuesday "Lenten Lunch" series is back! Make time during this solemn season of the year for a brief devotional message shared by guest speakers in the Sanctuary. Then, join us in the Fellowship Hall for a soup/salad/sandwich lunch for $3, a price that definitely beats the local restaurants. Tuesday Lenten Lunch begins at 12:00 on February 20, 27, March 6, 13, & 20. Here is the schedule. Mark your calendar and don't miss this one-of-a-kind opportunity. Click speaker's name for link to a biographical sketch.

Hear our Lenten Lunch speakers Doug Dortch, Walter Shurden, Kristy Carr, Gary Fenton, & Travis Collins February 20 through March 20.

Hear our Lenten Lunch speakers Doug Dortch, Walter Shurden, Kristy Carr, Gary Fenton, & Travis Collins February 20 through March 20.

Tuesday, February 20, The Parable of the Wise Builder (Matthew7:24-27; Luke 6:47-49), shared by Dr. Doug Dortch, Senior Pastor, Mountain Brook Baptist Church

Tuesday, February 27, The Parable of the Talents (Matthew 25:14-30), shared by Dr. Walter B. Shurden, Professor, Mercer University, retired

Tuesday, March 6, The Parable of the Net (Matthew 13:47-50), shared by Kristy Carr, WMU Ministry Consultant and Executive Director of Baptist Nursing Fellowship

Tuesday, March 13, The Parable of the Rich Fool (Luke 12:13-21), shared by Dr. Gary Fenton, Senior Pastor, Dawson Memorial Baptist Church, retired; Samford University Advancement Office

Tuesday, March 20, The Wedding Feast (Matthew 22:1–14, Luke 14:16–24), shared by Dr. Travis Collins, Senior Pastor, First Baptist Church, Huntsville, AL

Holy Week, March 25-30: Schedule changes & special events
Sunday, March 25: Palm Sunday. Children's Choir processional with palm branches.
Wednesday, March 28: No regular evening activities.
Thursday, March 29:  Felllowship supper starting at 4:30; Maundy Thursday worship at 6:00.
Friday, March 30: Good Friday evening worship at 7:00.

Easter
Sunday, April 1: 8:45 a.m. Bible study, 10:00 a.m. Worship. You are invited to bring live, cut flowers and place them on the cross outside the front entrance.

Betsy Lowery