Lent - Easter

March 2 - April 17


Good Friday

April 15 | In-person & Online
7:00 pm – 8:30 pm

But he was pierced for our transgressions,
he was crushed for our iniquities;
the punishment that brought us peace was on him,
and by his wounds we are healed.

Isaiah 53:5

Our hope of new life now is only made possible through Jesus’s obedience to endure death on the cross. On Good Friday, come experience the love of God poured out in Jesus’s blood as we remember his death on the cross.

Resurrection Sunday

Sunday, April 17 | In-person & Online

9:00 am & 11:00 am

Celebrate Jesus’s victory over death as we gather to worship him and declare him our risen king! On Resurrection Sunday, we share this powerful story by worshiping through song, celebrating baptisms, and rejoicing in the new life that comes from knowing him.

Invite friends and share with neighbors the good news that changes everything!

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For centuries, followers of Jesus have set aside a season of preparation leading up to the celebration of Jesus’s resurrection at Easter. Called Lent, this period is based on the 40 days that Jesus spent fasting in the wilderness, where he was tempted by Satan (Luke 4:1-13).


For the Church, this time is intended for reflection, repentance, and confession. This year, as we look forward to celebrating the resurrection of Jesus, we’ve created a Lent Guide that will help us hear from God through Scripture, fast and pray, and choose a few others to learn and grow with through the Lenten season.

Palm Sunday

Sunday, April 10 | In-person & Online
10:00 am

Palm Sunday inaugurates Holy Week, the last and most important week of Jesus’s life. The week begins with Jesus humbly entering Jerusalem on a donkey, as the people meet him with fanfare fit for a conquering king, shouting “Hosanna”, an expression of joy, praise, and adoration. Days later, the same crowds shouting “crucify.”

Ash Wednesday

Wednesday, March 2 | In-person & Online
7:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Ash Wednesday begins Lent, the season of preparation for celebrating Jesus’s resurrection at Easter. A regular practice within the lives of Jesus followers is to confess our need for Jesus and to repent (or turn) toward the life we are called to in him.

On Ash Wednesday, we participate in this practice through song, prayers, silence, reflection on Scripture, and the placing of ashes.