Palm Sunday

Sunday, April 2

10:15 am: In-person & Livestream

On Palm Sunday, we mark Jesus’ procession into Jerusalem. The King of Glory Children's Choir, grades 1-5, will lead our triumphal procession with waving of palms, an ancient symbol of goodness and victory. The King of Glory Sanctuary Choir and Handbell Choir will help us celebrate the splendor of Christ our King. Known alternatively as Passion Sunday, the service marks the start of Holy Week and will progressively become more introspective as we consider Christ’s looming crucifixion that saves us from sin and death.



Maundy Thursday

Thursday, April 6

6:30 pm: In-person & Livestream

On Maundy Thursday, we are reminded of Jesus’ commandment to love one another (“mandatum,” from which “Maundy" comes). As Jesus washed the feet of his disciples, we are called to humbly care for one another, especially the poor and the unloved. At the Lord’s table we remember Jesus’ sacrifice of his life, even as we are called to offer ourselves in love for the life of the world. At the service’s conclusion, the altar area is stripped of furnishing as a sign of Jesus’ abandonment.



Good Friday

Friday, April 7

6:30 pm: In-person & Livestream

Good Friday Worship offers us the chance  to reflect upon the lengths to which God will go to tell us we are loved and not forgotten. A contemplative service which includes the King of Glory Sanctuary Choir will create a powerful backdrop to consider our Lord’s great sacrifice. As Christ went willingly to the Cross, may we open our hearts to the pain and joy of living.




Sunday, April 9 

9:00 am:   In-person & Livestream
11:00 am: In-person & Livestream
1:00 pm:   Joyful Spirit Worship, In-person & Livestream

A festive celebration of the Resurrection story, we gather with joy to commemorate Christ’s defeat of death and our hope of eternal life. Imperial Brass will lead us in songs of praise alongside the King of Glory Sanctuary Choir and Handbell Choir. Every element of worship resounds with great “Alleluias” as we break the quiet of Lent and proclaim our collective triumph. May our songs of glory rise for He is Risen, Alleluia!