Lent 2021: Week four, March 14-20

The Lord is in our city


Fourth Sunday of Lent, March 14: Jill Duffield preaches from Luke 10:25-37 and Jeremiah 29:4-14; worship on video; link will be posted.

Color the skyline (from your kit or print here) and attach it to your garland.

Children’s Church School: The practice of prayer, for families with elementary age children. On Zoom at 9:30 am; link in weekly family email or contact Lisa Witherspoon.


Jill’s audio guides our prayer as we drive through unfamiliar areas of our city.


Take a video tour of the Greensboro History Museum with our member Catherine Johns.


City leaders share their vision and Jill talks with young leaders from our campuses, on video.


Learn what is coming before our City Council and share your faithful response with your representative.

Walk in Guilford Battleground Park. Read the signs and ask God to help shape our vision for the future of our city.


Life Together – Chapter Three: Alone video by Neil Dunnavant and discussion questions will be posted. See previous videos on the Lenten playlist.

Pick a song from our Lenten playlist on Spotify

Family activity calendar for Lent

Donna Chase, director of spiritual formation

reflection: Our Jericho road | Donna Chase

In 2019 I had the privilege of traveling to the Holy Land with an amazing group of clergy and educators from Greensboro. Many participate in the Greensboro Faith Leaders Council, whose mission is to build an interracial and interfaith body of faith communities to work for peace and justice in Greensboro. Traveling together gave me not only a new perspective but also new relationships through shared experiences.

Read Donna’s entire post on our blog

God of Love, give us a deep love for you, so that we can see the world as you see it, feel the compassion you feel, and be a people who live out your grace to others. Open our eyes that we might see what the Good Samaritan saw. Grant us the insight to see the needs of others, the wisdom to know what to do, and the courage to do it. We pray for all of those who in many and varied ways have been stripped, beaten, and robbed of life. We pray for those we might cross the road to avoid, those we have excluded because of race, status, ethnicity, gender, ability, or history. May dignity be restored, mercy shown, and wholeness and healing cover our city. Give us a future filled with your plans of peace and hope for all. Amen.