February 14, marks the beginning of Lent with Ash Wednesday. We had two special services, where we prayed and received the imposition of Ashes.
Palm Sunday begins Holy Week, a time in the church year when we remember how Christ gave His life in love for the world. As this service opens, the crowd waves palm branches, wanting to crown Jesus as king. But as the story of the passion unfolds, their shouts of praise turn to demands for His crucifixion; He receives a crown of thorns as He is handed over to be mocked and killed.
We will gather at tables for a “taste of the Hebrew Seder” in commemoration of Jesus’ Last Supper with his disciples. The service will conclude with the Sacrament of Communion.
March 28 - More details to come.
Good Friday is the day for Christians to commemorate Jesus's crucifixion. On this day, according to the Bible, the Jewish religious leaders—who had condemned Jesus the night before for claiming to be the son of God and king of the Jews— brought him to the Romans for sentencing. On Good Friday, we remember the day Jesus willingly suffered and died by crucifixion as the ultimate sacrifice for our sins (1 John 1:10).
March 29 - More details to come.
Join us for Easter Sunday worship as we celebrate Christ’s resurrection.