Journey with Christ

Through Holy Week

From the triumphant entry on Palm Sunday, where Jesus was met at the city gates by followers, supporters, those hoping for a political king, to the Last Supper on Maundy Thursday, through the darkness of capture, condemnation, and crucifixion, the sorrowful sting of death, and the ultimate victory in resurrection. Come together to experience the powerful story of Holy Week.

Walk the Labyrinth

& Prayer Room Open all Week

You are invited to deepen your prayer time with God. Leading up to Holy Week and throughout Holy Week you are invited to Room 312 to walk and pray using a labyrinth. This is a prayer practice that is unique to some, and an annual spiritual practice to others. Everyone is welcome to walk and pray the labyrinth. You may come whenever the building is open for public use from March 27 through April 8, except for when it will be in use for the Children's ministry on the morning of Palm Sunday, April 2.

Maundy Thursday

Thursday, April 6

Jesus' mandate to love one another as He demonstrated.

We will hold worship at two service times commemorating the Last Supper, 12 noon and 6:30 p.m.; worship will include communion.

Following the noon worship service, attendees are invited to the lower level dining hall where we will welcome back our traditional lunch, served by the staff.      6:30 p.m. Live online

Good Friday

Friday, April 7

Contemplating Jesus' Sacrifice

Our 5:30 p.m. worship will be a opportunity  especially for families and kids to experience, through worship and a variety of prayer stations, why we call this day "Good Friday."
5:30 Live Online

For our 8 p.m. Worship, the the Adult Choir will be presenting “Light in Deepest Night”, by Aaron David Miller, a choral Lenten meditation based on the writings of Julian of Norwich. This work includes anthems, hymns, and short spoken meditations and will be accompanied by
organ and strings.    8 p.m. Live Online

Easter Vigil

Saturday, April 8

From the death of Crucifixion, to the light of Resurrection

Starting at 5 p.m., this extended-length vigil service is when we mark the turn from the darkness of the crucifixion to the light of the resurrection. It is a service of lessons presenting the salvation story along with baptism and communion.

Easter Sunday

April 9

Hallelujah! He has Risen!

On Easter Sunday, the 8 a.m. Traditional Worship will have the Chapel Choir and Brass Ensemble.

The 9:30 a.m. Traditional Worship will have the Adult Choir, Resonaré Bells and Brass ensemble.

Our 11 a.m. Celebration Service will be led by our Celebration Band.

The 9:30 & 11 a.m. worship services will be live streamed at