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Holy Week Services
 
Maundy Thursday
Everyone is invited to attend our Maundy Thursday worship service on Thursday, March 29 at 7:00 pm in the Wesley Center. Maundy Thursday is a service that remembers the night before Jesus was crucified. Maundy is from the Latin word that is translated “mandate” or “command” in English. Jesus commanded the disciples to break bread and drink from the fruit of the vine in remembrance of him. On the night before Jesus died he had the Last Supper in the Upper Room. Other events that will be remembered from that night are Jesus’ prayer in the Garden of Gethsemane and his arrest. The message will be “Jesus in Us” based on Jesus’ prayer in John 17 which is also consistent with the 2018 theme of “Christ in You” based on Colossians 1:27. The Traditional Praise Team will lead music.
 
Good Friday
Everyone is invited to attend our Good Friday worship service on Friday, March 30 at 7:00 pm in the Wesley Center. Good Friday is the day we remember Jesus’ death on the cross of Calvary. The message will be from Paul’s explanation to the Colossians about the meaning of the crucifixion entitled, “Hope in the Lamb” from Colossians 1:19-20. The modern worship team will lead music.
 
Easter Sunday Sunrise Service
Everyone is invited to attend our Sunrise Service on Easter Sunday, April 1, at 7:00 am in the Chapel. Peter Williams will give the message. The Traditional Worship Team will provide music. Access to the chapel is easiest by following the signs “Office Entrance” and entering the office entrance on the north side of the building.
 
Easter Worship 
On April 1, at 8:30 am (traditional) and 9:45 and 11:00 am (modern) worship we will celebrate the resurrection of Jesus Christ. The Easter message will be “Hope of Eternal Life” which will complete the theme of March, “Hope” based on 
Colossians 1:27 “Christ in you, the hope of glory.” 

Because of the expected large numbers in attendance, we are asking people who normally attend the 11:00 am service to consider attending the 9:45 am service. Your act of hospitality will allow us to have room for the 11:00 am crowd.

The theme of 2018 is “Christ in you” taken from Colossians 1:27. The second half of the verse says, “The hope of glory.” In March, Pastor Tony will explore the topic of hope and how it is viewed in different parts of Scripture.

 
9:45 and 11:00 am  |  Modern Worship
Modern worship includes energetic music from today, a message from Scripture that can be applied to today’s life, and a worship design that appeals to the modern worshiper.
 
8:30 am  |  Traditional Worship
Traditional Worship includes your favorite hymns, liturgy, Biblical preaching, the Lord’s prayer and the doxology all wrapped in a home town atmosphere.
 
Daily Devotion
In order to enhance your worship, our pastor have created a daily devotion that takes you deeper into the message.