7 a.m.—Perfect for persons on their way to or from work. This is the briefest of the three services.
12:05 p.m.—This service is shaped to include both the downtown business community and persons who are free during the day.
7 p.m.—This traditional service features open space. Following the invitation to a Holy Lent, those present visit various “stations” around the Nave. There participants will be marked with ashes in acknowledgment of mortality, be signed with water as a reminder of baptism, light candles and offer prayer, pick up information on ways to engage in outreach, receive laying-on-of-hands and anointing for healing, and fill out a card with personal Lenten intentions to be presented at the Offertory. Following the open space, the liturgy continues with the Litany of Penitence and Holy Communion.