During Holy Week we will look at the kingship of Jesus and how it manifested itself in different ways leading up to the resurrection.
These services will be tied together with narration by our own David Reynolds and music from Heavenbound Choir, Believers’ Bell Choir, Winds of the Spirit, our Praise Band, and, most importantly, YOU—the congregation.
It is our hope that you journey with us through this sacred week; that you experience the hopeful expectation of Palm Sunday, the humility of Maundy Thursday, the agony of Good Friday, and the glory of Easter!
Jesus was King through all of it—the King we didn’t know we needed.
March 25, 8:20 9:40 11:00 11:11
On Palm Sunday, Jesus rode into Jerusalem amid shouts of “Hosanna!” and “Blessed is he who comes in the name of the Lord!” The people were desperate for a king who would free them from political oppression. They believed Jesus to be their earthly king.
March 29, 7:00 p.m.
On Maundy Thursday at the Last Supper, Jesus gave us a beautiful picture of what it means to serve when he washed the feet of his disciples, including the one who would betray him.
March 30, 7:00 p.m.
On Good Friday, Jesus was tortured. He endured unimaginable physical pain. He bore the cup of God’s wrath on the cross. And as his life drained out of him through blood and tears, a sign hung above his blood-stained brow, spitefully naming his crime: “Jesus: King of the Jews.”
March 31, 5:00 p.m.
April 1, 7:00 8:20 9:40 11:00 11:00
Little did anyone know that three days later he would conquer death once and for all, claiming the title “Risen King” for all eternity!