Throughout the Lenten season, WPC offers several opportunities for spiritual growth. We continue to explore in worship our theme “Songs of Resistance” in worship on Sundays at 8:30 and 11:00 and on Wednesdays with a contemplative service of music, Scripture and Communion.
This week, we enjoy Special Music Sunday with the choir providing songs from John Rutter’s Requiem. Each Sunday in Lent, we are offering several questions building on the scriptures, music and sermon of that week. You are invited to reflect on these questions in your time for prayer and reflection throughout the week.
The scripture text is Psalm 130.
- What part of the Requiem speaks most strongly to you? How was God speaking to you in that music?
- What is your experience, present or past, of crying to God from the depths? What is/was your cry and what do/did you experience as God’s response?
- The Psalm expresses waiting and longing for God. What is this waiting and longing for you in this season? How will you live out, express this waiting?
Thanks to Rozanne Oliver for her work in writing the questions throughout this Lenten season.