April 2, 2023 Palm Sunday
Jesus’ earthly journey is nearing its end. His entry into Jerusalem on the Sunday before Passover is an important and powerful image. By fulfilling the image from the prophetic text of Zechariah, he stirs Messianic expectations. His followers who have accompanied him on the path acclaim him as Messiah, although the image of Zechariah is at odds with their experience of Jesus. What we share on Sunday is only the beginning of a busy and important week of worship. Join us on Sunday as we celebrate Jesus’ entry into Jerusalem. You are also invited to join us on Thursday, April 6 and Friday, April 7 as we also remember Maundy Thursday and Good Friday.
April 2: Palm Sunday — Matthew 21:1-11
Jesus’ entry into Jerusalem on the Sunday before Passover opens the critical last chapters of Jesus earthly ministry.
April 9: Easter — Matthew 28:1-10
The celebration of the empty tomb opens eternity to us all in the promise of new life.
April 16: Matthew 28:16-20
Easter is not the end. It is a new beginning. From the gift of Easter comes the call to go out into the world live out the love and grace of Christ.
April 23: Matthew 7:7-20
As the Sermon on the Mount is nearing its end, it is important that we reflect upon our path. Are we on the right track?
April 30: Matthew 7:24-29
As we face a world that is lurching through dramatic changes, Matthew reaffirms that what Jesu has taught us is a light to our path through all the changes we face.
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Live Streaming Worship
During COVID we have come to realize that our online worship experience has value to many. Caregivers, travelers, homebound persons and many persons from outside the immediate area of the church have expressed gratitude for this form of worship. If this is where you are in your life today, we welcome you to our community of faith. We’re glad you’re with us. In order to continue meeting the needs of this part of our community, online worship, through our YouTube Channel, is now a permanent part of our ministry.
Click here for the link. The feed will come online shortly before 9:30 am and continue through the end of worship. This stream works well on any device you have available from computer browsers to mobile devices to smart TVs. As you bring up the channel, there will be a link for the live feed. In addition, you will be able to access previous worship services.
On our Digital Media page you will find a range of different content to spiritually nourish you in your daily life.
New Website Online
Welcome to our new look website. Thanks to the people at Aboundant.com, our new web host we are able provide an easier to navigate site with more content options to share with our church family and community. The site will provide all the useful information the old...