Luke 23 records the details of Christ’s trial and crucifixion. It was the climax of a week filled with activity and emotions, especially for Christ’s followers.  His miracles and teachings had gained the attention of both the people and the religious leaders. The week began with Jesus entering Jerusalem toContinue Reading

Update Mar 24th: Everyone is welcome to attend our Holy Week services. The Palm Sunday and Easter services will be at 10:30 a.m. over the next two Sundays. The Maundy Thursday service will begin at 6 p.m. on Thursday. Maundy is from the Latin word for mandate, based on JohnContinue Reading

Beginning on Palm Sunday and concluding on Easter Sunday, Holy Week is a time to reflect, remember and celebrate the redemptive work of Jesus Christ on the cross. Join as we observe Holy Week: Apr 9th Palm Sunday 10:30 AM Apr 13th Maundy Thursday 6 PM Apr 14th Good FridayContinue Reading

Easter is the greatest celebration of the Christian Church. But what does the word “Easter” mean? Where and when was it first celebrated? Some scholars believe that the the word derives from an old German term meaning “sunrise.” Whatever its meaning, it is the oldest celebration of the Christian Church.Continue Reading