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Lent with Park Rd Churches

Updated: Mar 15

Lent Lunch with Pastors - Words to Heal a Hurting World

Wednesdays in Lent, March 9 through April 6, 2022


This Lenten program with clergy from Park Road area churches will be held from March 9 through April 6, 2022. From 12-1 PM at area churches, bring your lunch (if you like) and come for a Lenten devotional time. The church and the clergy leading the devotion rotate. Wednesday, April 6 this program will be held at Avondale Presbyterian in the Fellowship Hall. See the schedule below.


Make plans now to attend noon, mid-week Lenten Devotions. These will be hosted by various churches in the Park Road neighborhood. Those attending are invited to bring their lunch.

March 9, 2022

Host: St. Luke’s Lutheran Church, 3200 Park Rd, Charlotte, NC 28209

Speaker: Rev. Carol Anne Lawler, The Southminster Chaplin

March 16, 2022

Host: Sedgefield United Methodist Church, 2830 Dorchester Pl, Charlotte, NC 28209

Speaker: Rev. Greg Brown, Holy Comforter Episcopal

March 23, 2022

Host: Park Road Baptist Church, 3900 Park Rd, Charlotte, NC 28209

Speaker: Rev. Jeffrey Ingold, St. Luke's

March 30, 2022

Host: Holy Comforter Episcopal Church, 2701 Park Rd, Charlotte, NC 28209

Speaker: Rev. Jim Ewing, Avondale Presbyterian

April 6, 2022

Host: Avondale Presbyterian Church, 2821 Park Rd, Charlotte, NC 28209

Speaker: Rev. Tom Stinson-Wesley, Sedgefield UMC


Celebrate the season of Lent and join in fellowship with friends, old and new.


For 21 years, the clergy of the churches along Park Road have met for a monthly meal, fellowship, and discussion. This year we want to invite you to join us, not monthly, but for each of the Wednesdays of the Lenten season. If you’d like something to eat or drink, bring it. Each church will provide space, but no food will be provided. During this lunch-hour program, one of the ministers will offer a brief devotional based on that week’s lectionary text. This will be a very informal time, but a chance for us to be together with friends from our ecumenical neighborhood.



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