Holy Week Worship



HOLY WEEK

 

During Holy Week we have a number of extra opportunities to gather in God’s house to reflect upon Christ’s saving work on our behalf.During this solemn yet joyful w  Palm Sunday ushers the Christian into Holy Week—the week in which the Christian Church commemorates the suffering, death, and resurrection of our Lord Jesus Christ.

Make plans to join us for worship during this most holiest of weeks!  

Palm Sunday Worship
Sunday, March 24th @ 10:30am


On the first day of Holy Week, Jesus willingly rode into Jerusalem.  The fact that his enemies - angry and bloodthirsty - were waiting for him did not deter him from his path.  He resolutely rode to death in order to bring us life.

Holy Thursday Worship

Thursday, March 28th @ 7:00pm

 

Holy Thursday commemorates the day Jesus gathered with his disciples to eat the Passover, fully knowing that his suffering and death were imminent.  We gather in God's house to ponder the beginning of Jesus' passion, and to receive the meal that Christ instituted on this night some 2000 years ago - Holy Communion.

   

Good Friday Worship

Friday, March 29th @ 7:00pm

 

On Good Friday we gather at the foot of the cross and behold our Lord Jesus suffering and dying for our sins.  We take time to reflect on the wondrous truth that “while we were still sinners, Christ died for us” (Romans 5:8).   In our worship we will meditate on the passion history of our Lord.  Our worship will also incorporate the Good Friday tradition of Tenabrae—a growing darkness symbolizing the life of our Savior ebbing away.    

 

Easter Sunday Worship

Sunday, March 31st @ 10:30am

 

Is it real? In a world where intelligence can be artificial, news can be misinformation, reality can be virtual, and conversations can be had with a chatbot, how do you prove what's real? Two thousand years ago, Jesus of Nazareth proved that he is the Son of God and savior of the world. How? By rising from the dead. The reality of his resurrection means peace, forgiveness, and your resurrection is just as real.  Come and see!  Christ has indeed been raised from the dead.
 

                        


 

 

For it is by grace you have been saved, through faith—and this is not from yourselves, it is the gift of God— ~ Ephesians 2:8 (NIV)