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Our 2022 Easter Season Schedule

Ash Wednesday

March 2nd at 7 PM

Cross of Ashes

Remember that you are dust, and to dust you shall return. This day marks the beginning of the season of Lent, a time of year in which we reflect on the seriousness of sin. Our sin is no laughing matter. We’ve hurt the people we love, offended God, and brought on ourselves the result of death. Yet this day and the season that follows is not a time for despair. Rather, we turn in repentance to the one who takes our sin away, our Lord Jesus Christ.

Palm Sunday

April 10th at 9 AM

Blessed is He who comes in the name of the Lord

Let the Lord enter; he is the King of glory. On this day Jesus rode into Jerusalem as a victorious yet humble king. He wasn’t coming there to overthrow the government. Instead, he was there to destroy Satan. Still today we pray, “Hosanna to the Son of David! Enter my heart and reign in my life, Lord Jesus!”

Good Friday

April 15th at 7 PM

Good Friday.

It is finished! Jesus’ death on the cross is not like so many other unjust deaths in history. This was the Son of God who was nailed to a tree. And although it happened so many years ago, it was our sins for which he was dying. This is the great horror of sin and the greater love of God on full display. In Jesus’ sacrifice, our salvation is sure and complete.

Easter

April 17th at 9 AM

He is not here; He has risen, just as He said.

Christ has died! Christ has risen! Christ will come again! The grave could not hold our Lord. Jesus shattered the chains of death and appeared to his disciples with words of assurance; “Peace be with you!” Because of Jesus’ resurrection, we too have peace. Death cannot hold us either. “Because I live,” he says, “you also will live.”