Holy Week: 

This Holy Week: “Follow Jesus All the Way”

Holy week is everything to us. This year experience the whole story.


We invite everyone—of all ages—to follow Jesus through the expectation of Palm Sunday, the apprehension of Maundy Thursday, the despair of Good Friday, and, finally, the startling joy of Easter Sunday. As we walk with Jesus through those final days, we will experience him walking with us through the events and emotions of our own lives.



Follow Jesus Despite Apprehension

Maundy Thursday, April 18

6:00 p.m. Light meal served

7:00 p.m. Communion worship


{Matthew 26:17-30}

Jesus knew how to silence a dinner conversation. He said, “One of you will betray me.” Each of Jesus’s disciples were apprehensive, wondering if it would be him. Fortunately, communion isn’t about presenting our best selves before God. It’s about coming as we are, his flawed followers. All we bring is our need. Communion is Jesus’s gift of himself to us.




Follow Jesus Through Despair

Good Friday, April 19

7:00 p.m.


{Mark 14:32-42; Mark 15: 16-20; Mark 15:33-39}


Follow Jesus into Startling Joy

Easter Sunday, April 21

9:00 a.m. and 10:45 a.m.


{Luke 24:36-53}

Everybody loves Easter! Spring flowers bloom. Kids hunt for Easter eggs. We might dress up a little.

But how did the first witnesses of Jesus react to his resurrection?

Startled. Frightened. Joyful. Doubtful. Curious. Amazed. Worshiping.

Nothing will so positively disrupt your life like an encounter with the resurrected One.


We invite you to experience the startling joy!