Holy Week

During Holy Week, we walk with Jesus in the last week of his earthly ministry, which has a cumulative effect, especially the last three services, Maundy Thursday through Easter. So as we prepare for Holy Week, mark your calendars, and don’t skip Maundy Thursday or Good Friday. On Good Friday, take off work and pull your kids out of school, for these are the most significant days of the Christian year.  

Palm Sunday

March 24  @ 9:00 & 11:00AM

Palm Sunday marks the beginning of Holy Week and is one of the most unique Sundays of the year. We will all gather in front of where the tent used to stand. When we begin, we will all process inside, singing “Hosanna” and waving palm branches, remembering Jesus' triumphal entry into Jerusalem. However, the service does not stop at the triumphal entry, the focus shifts to days ahead. We experience that we who hail Jesus as King one moment may in the next deny him, even joining with the crowd in shouting, “Crucify him!”

Maundy Thursday

March 28  @ 6:30pm

Maundy Thursday receives its name from the mandatum (commandment) given by our Lord: “A new commandment I give to you, that you love one another: just as I have loved you, you also are to love one another.” At the Last Supper, Jesus washed his disciples’ feet and commanded them to love and serve one another as he had done. This day commemorates the Lord’s example of servant ministry, the institution of the Eucharist, the agony in the Garden of Gethsemane, and the betrayal leading to the crucifixion.

Good friday

March 29  @ 12:00pm

Good Friday is the most somber of all days focused on the crucifixion of Jesus Christ. The Lord of Life was rejected, mocked, scourged, and then put to death on the Cross. On this day, we are reminded of the role our sin played in this suffering and agony, as Christ took all sin upon himself. By the Cross, we are redeemed, set free from bondage to sin and death. The Cross is a sign of God’s never-ending love for us. It is a sign of life in death.

Stations of the cross

March 29  @ 1:00pm

(or 1:15 if you just want to meet at Pendleton Square across from Vaqueros)
Immediately after the Good Friday Service, we will walk the way of the Cross by processing behind the cross to the Pendleton Square. We will read seven passages of Scripture leading up to Christ's death. We will read the first reading at the church and then process to Pendleton Square and read the last six before processing back to the church.

holy saturday

March 30  TBD

Holy Saturday is a day of tension between Jesus' death and resurrection. As we wait for the celebration on Sunday, we will have opportunities for confession, healing prayer, and to ask questions about the faith. John and I will be making ourselves available for confession. Scripture is clear that we are to confess our sins to one another, it does not need to be a pastor, but some may find it helpful to confess to a pastor. 
More information to come.

Easter Sunday

March 31  @ 9:00 & 11:00am

Alleluia! Alleluia! Alleluia! We celebrate the resurrection of Jesus from the dead. We will celebrate the life we have in Christ together. We will be making a joyful and loud noise unto the Lord.  Bring your tambourines and kazoos. Bring your trumpets, cowbells, vuvuzelas, hand clappers, and anything else you can think of to help us celebrate the resurrection through loud cheers and noise. The noisier the better! 

Weekly & Monthly Events

Soaking prayer

An evening of connecting with God and the healing power of his love.

Every Tuesday night from 7:00 - 8:00 pm. You are invited to come and sit quietly in the presence of God. We call this time "soaking prayer”.

Morning Prayer

A quiet service of Scripture and prayer

Every Wednesday morning from 7:30-8:00am. You are invited to a simple liturgical service of Scripture reading and prayer to start your day.

Samson Society

Christian men who are serious about authenticity, community, humility, and recovery meet every Thursday evening at the church as the Samson Society. To learn more, contact Joey Maxon at

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