Join us for worship services this Holy Week and Easter Sunday:
“At the Crossroads – Forgiven”
This service for Maundy Thursday we remember that when Jesus institutes the first Lord’s Supper, he grants forgiveness to his disciples through the bread and wine. When we receive the bread and wine of Communion in remembrance of him, we receive that forgiveness and in turn forgive others.
“At the Crossroads – Death”
Join us for a special service for Good Friday. In this service we are reminded that when Jesus is on the cross, he accepts the power of death upon himself and does not turn away from it. We, too, must face death when it comes and not turn away from it, knowing that his salvation awaits us on the other side. The service content helps us to face the inevitable crossroads of death with the certain hope of everlasting life through Christ and his cross.
Join us for the special Tenebrae Service. This service moves from light to darkness as we remember the death of Jesus.
Easter Vigil – Special Service. This service begins in darkness, after nightfall. The lighting of a new fire will take place outside the church, weather permitting. Everyone gathers in silence and a small unlighted candle is given to each worshiper.
9 a.m. at Westboro (Continental Breakfast @ 8 a.m.)
11 a.m. at Ogema (Easter Breakfast @ 9:30 a.m.)
Join us Easter Sunday for breakfast and a special Festival Worship with Holy Communion at either Westboro or Ogema. This worship experience is filled with joy on this day as we celebrate God’s victory over sin and death through the Resurrection of our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ! Alleluia!