Celebrate with Us
We observe Easter Sunday to commemorate the resurrection of Jesus after his sacrificial crucifixion on the cross. On this day we celebrate with praise and joy because Jesus has overcome death and achieved victory over sin. From his victory and by his grace we are redeemed. Jesus is our hope and salvation. He is risen!
7:00 a.m., 9:00 a.m., and 11:00 a.m.
The Road to Resurrection
Easter Sunday is a special time of year for us to celebrate our Lord and Savior. You’re invited to join us and share in the joy and hope of the resurrection. If you’re an early riser, you’ll love our sunrise service at 7:00 a.m. This worship service is hosted by our youth and is filled with musical praise. Our 9:00 a.m. and 11:00 a.m. services will both feature a musical worship arrangement led by our choir.
Before Easter, we also commemorate other events that led to the resurrection. Before Easter came Jesus’ entry into Jerusalem, his Last Supper, and his crucifixion. We commemorate all these events because in them remember Jesus and his sacrifice for our salvation.
Palm Sunday begins Holy Week. This celebration commemorates the day Jesus entered Jerusalem. Upon entering the city, Jesus began his journey to the cross. Read more about Palm Sunday.
Maundy Thursday commemorates Jesus’ Last Supper, when he shared Passover with his disciples. On this occasion he also washed disciples’ feet and demonstrated for them humility and service. We remember also that on this day Jesus taught and shared the first Communion — a remembrance of his sacrifice and resurrection for us. Read more here about Maundy Thursday.
On Good Friday we remember what Jesus suffered–and what he completed–on the cross. Good Friday is a celebration because the cross did not win and Jesus conquered death and sin. Read more here.