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Early Worship Service: Sunday @ 8:15am

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Worship Service: Sunday @ 10:45am
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Event List Calendar

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Good Friday - Worship Service

Good Friday is the solemn celebration of the Lord’s suffering and death on the cross. Our remembrance of Jesus’ death, while solemn, is not a message of gloom, but a service of adoration of the Son of God as he gives up his life. We gather here today to celebrate the sacrifice of the cross. So we remember his passion, but do so with a triumphant note—for we know in his resurrection, Christ has conquered sin, death, and the devil.

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Good Friday - Worship Service

Good Friday is the solemn celebration of the Lord’s suffering and death on the cross. Our remembrance of Jesus’ death, while solemn, is not a message of gloom, but a service of adoration of the Son of God as he gives up his life. We gather here today to celebrate the sacrifice of the cross. So we remember his passion, but do so with a triumphant note—for we know in his resurrection, Christ has conquered sin, death, and the devil.

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Praise Team Rehearsal - Easter group only

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Praise Team Rehearsal

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Maundy Thursday - Worship with Communion

As with Ash Wednesday, Maundy Thursday marks a unique place in the church calendar. (Maundy Thursday gets its name from the words Jesus spoke to his disciples on that evening, “A new command [the Latin word for “command” is mandatum] I give you: Love one another” (John 13:34).) Just as Ash Wednesday begins the season of Lent, so Maundy Thursday marks the end of Lenten preparation and the beginning of the three holy days of Christendom, called the Triduum.

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Maundy Thursday - Table Fellowship

As with Ash Wednesday, Maundy Thursday marks a unique place in the church calendar. (Maundy Thursday gets its name from the words Jesus spoke to his disciples on that evening, “A new command [the Latin word for “command” is mandatum] I give you: Love one another” (John 13:34).) Just as Ash Wednesday begins the season of Lent, so Maundy Thursday marks the end of Lenten preparation and the beginning of the three holy days of Christendom, called the Triduum.

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Cherub Choir Rehearsal

Children’s choir – let them make a joyful noise!

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Chancel Choir Rehearsal

Choir rehearsal for ages 18 and older. Please consider sharing your voice as we praise God!

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Maundy Thursday - Worship

As with Ash Wednesday, Maundy Thursday marks a unique place in the church calendar. (Maundy Thursday gets its name from the words Jesus spoke to his disciples on that evening, “A new command [the Latin word for “command” is mandatum] I give you: Love one another” (John 13:34).) Just as Ash Wednesday begins the season of Lent, so Maundy Thursday marks the end of Lenten preparation and the beginning of the three holy days of Christendom, called the Triduum.

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Lenten Service - The Final Week

Our Wednesday evening services begin with a light supper at 6:00 p.m. followed by a service at 7:00 p.m.

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