Forgiven & Forsaken
Jesus identifies with all of our human experiences of betrayal, pain, and isolation. His journey to the cross was an example of being forsaken by those closest to him — his friends, his followers, and even his heavenly Father.
Why did He endure this and do it willingly? Jesus had a mission to provide a way so that forgiveness could be offered to all people and be reconciled with God. Join us online or in-person this Easter as we sit with the wonder of all Jesus went through on our behalf.
Easter Service Times
Good Friday, April 15 at 10:30 am
The entire family is welcome for this one-hour Good Friday service; however, the nursery and preschool rooms will be available for children and their parents or caregivers who may need it.
We encourage those planning to join online to come by the church to pick up a Good Friday kit before April 15, as we will invite those coming to the service in person to take one at the door on Good Friday to be used during the service. These kits will be available starting on Monday, April 11. We will also be remembering the Lord’s Supper, so if you’re joining us online, feel free to prepare your own Communion elements to represent the bread and the cup before the start of the service.
Easter Sunday, April 17 at 10:15 am
Celebrate Easter Sunday with us as we rejoice in Christ’s resurrection through a 75-minute worship service of music, scripture, prayer, and a short message. Children are more than welcome to participate with their families, but those in preschool through Grade 6 will be invited to their own teaching time mid-way through the service. The nursery room will be available before service for newborns and infant care. We will also be remembering the Lord’s Supper, so if you’re joining us online, feel free to prepare your own Communion elements to represent the bread and the cup before the start of the service.
Do I need to wear a mask?
If you feel more comfortable wearing one, please continue to do so, but if you’d rather not, that will be welcome too. We have set aside the back of the auditorium (in the Williamsburg room) for those who are more comfortable with the extra space, and respectfully ask that physical distancing be observed and masks are worn in that section during service times. Thank you for your loving kindness and care for those around you.