Holy Week Schedule

Holy Week, the conclusion of Lent, begins with Palm Sunday April 14th. Everyone will receive palm branches and we will celebrate Jesus’ triumphal entry into Jerusalem. Join us for a tailgate party outside after church!

Prayer Labyrinth. We will have a prayer labyrinth available in the sanctuary 8am-5pm Monday April 15th through Thursday the 18th. A labyrinth is simply a place to walk and pray. It gives you the freedom to walk around while focusing your mind on God – and not worry about getting lost. If you would like to use the labyrinth after hours call the church office for the lock box code.

Stations of the Cross. Starting Monday April 15th - 20th the chapel will be open 24/7 for everyone to journey with Christ on his way to the cross through art. People from Council Tree will create each station. Each station represents an event that Christ went through during his final moments on earth. A booklet will be provided with scripture, story and prayers to help guide us on the way. If you would like to walk through the stations after hours call the church office for the lock box code.

Maundy Thursday April 18th at 6:30pm.  This will be an intergenerational, hands on, learning experience focusing on communion. On the Thursday before Easter we will come together to sing, pray, gather around tables for interactive learning, and receive communion. 

Good Friday April 19th at 7pm.  An in-depth worship experience focusing on the death of Jesus. We will walk through the final moments of Christ’s life on earth through scripture, story and music. The night will culminate in the extinguishing of the Christ candle that will be relit on Easter morning.  

Easter Sunday April 21st 9am and 10:45am.  Join billions of other Christians from across the globe as we celebrate the most important day in history.  Christ is alive and this changes everything. Feel free to pick up some Easter invitation cards in the narthex and invite your friends. 

Prayerfully consider joining Christ and His church in this world-wide, centuries-old, eternal celebration of His death and resurrection.