Lent and Easter are significant events for those who follow Jesus Christ.
We would like to extend an invitation to you to join us as we journey towards the cross through worship, spiritual practices, and Holy Week, ultimately culminating in our arrival at the empty tomb.
Follow along with us and explore how you can get involved this season!
Join us for a weekly fast during the season of Lent, which will start on Wednesday, February 14, and end on Good Friday. Click the button below to connect with our weekly plan.
If you cannot fast on Wednesday, please feel free to select the day that works best for you and follow the plan accordingly.
Altars have always represented change. They are the places were sacred space meets our surender and leads into authentic spiritual transformation. From the beginning of time, God’s people have built altars to mark the places where God spoke, gave direction, or gave His blessing. It is the place where God’s people surrendered offferings to Him in obedience.
Our prayer this Lenten season is for our hearts will awaken obedient hearts and minds to the transforming power of a surrendered life.
2/18/24 - Making Space to Surrender
2/25/24 - Surrender it All
3/3/24 - Renew our Faith
1 Kings 18:21-22, 30-39
3/10/24 - A Sacrifice of Praise
Joshua 8: 30-35
3/17/24 - Freedom!
Genesis 32: 22-32; 33: 18-20
3/24/24 - At What Cost?
1 Chronicles 21: 18 - 26
Sadar Experience coming to Wesley Hall
On the night Jesus was betrayed, he gathered his disciples to celebrate the Passover Meal. This year, we are honored to have Dr. Joel Young lead us in a Seder Experience in Wesley Hall for Maundy Thursday.
He will explain the history and traditions of the Sadar Meal and we will complete the experience with the Lord’s Supper.
The cost is $10.00 per adult, and children under kindergarten will attend our childcare for the evening.
Seating is limited to 60 participants, so please sign up below before all the spots are taken.
Childcare for children Pre-K and below will be available
The word "Tenebrae" comes from Latin and means "darkness". The Tenebrae service, practiced in most Protestant Churches, is an adaptation of Roman Catholic practices dating back to the ninth century, for each day of Holy Week.
The story of Jesus's suffering and death from John's gospel is divided into 16 readings. After each part of the story is read, a candle is extinguished. After the fifteenth reading, which confirms that Jesus had died on the cross, the last of the 15 lit candles is taken away or extinguished, and a loud sound (called strepitus in Latin) is made to convey the sense of total loss of God's presence and the impact of Jesus's death on the universe. Finally, the last story of the burial is read in near darkness.
Following the service, worshipers leave in silence to reflect on the impact of Christ's death and await the celebration of the upcoming Resurrection.
Easter Egg Hunt
March 31 @ 9:45 am
Grab your Easter baskets and get ready to dash for candy! Our annual Easter Egg Hunt will take place between worship services this year. We will hunt eggs all over our campus (if inclement weather the Egg Hunt will take place in Wesley Hall and the Family Life Center).
Contact Ms. Wanda below for more information.
Join us for Easter Worship on March 31st
We love to celebrate Christ’s Resurrection! This year, we have two worship services on Easter Sunday
Modern Service - 8:30 am and Traditional Worship - 11 am
Easter worship will include music, scripture, young disciples' time, and communion, and Pastor Chris will bring the message from Mark 16: 1-8, “They Said Nothing!”
The nursery is open for children aged Pre-K and below.