We intend to "livestream" most of these meetings for later posting on our website...
Olivet Discourse Tuesday - Jesus was a prophet who spoke of the "last days." One of the most referenced Bible passages related to "end times" is the Olivet Discourse documented in the Gospels of Matthew, Mark, and Luke. We will discuss portions of this discourse and suggest a proper interpretation for these words of Jesus.
Seder Wednesday - As a part of our regular Wednesday Night Family Supper, we dedicate this night to learning more about the Passover meal as detailed from the book of Exodus. Although not a full Seder meal, the teaching elements will satisfy the soul!
Maundy Thursday - As Jesus gathered with his disciples for a final Passover feast, we will gather to contemplate and commemorate the theological importance of observing the Lord's Table. This evening is open to all to learn the re-telling of this meal, and we welcome all who are professing, baptized, and confessing Christians to participate in the sacrament of the Lord's Supper at the conclusion of the service.
Good Friday Service - It was a good day for a bad day -- the day that Jesus bore the sins of those who would be destined for God's judgment and wrath had he not atoned for them. The cry, "It is finished!" is deeply profound and requires our thoughtful consideration. Join us for a Noon-time service that will remind us of the wages of our sins, but will highlight the gift of God's grace!
Neighborhood Family Easter Party - CANCELLED for 2020 Everyone is invited to enjoy our spring-time event as our church hosts activities for children of all ages in and around our campus grounds. Crafts, Stories, and Baskets filled to overflowing with goodies and prizes are all part of the day.
Resurrection Sunday Service - He is risen! He has risen, indeed! This is the refrain that announces the promises of God and fuels our eternal hopes! We invite everyone to join us for a morning worship service which is the motivation for our every Sunday Service... come worship the risen, reigning, and soon returning King!
National Day of Prayer - May The First Thursday of May