“Hail the day that see him rise!” In the historical church there were three high festivals of the church year. Christmas – the birth of our king. Easter – the resurrection of our king. Ascension – the coronation of our king. Join us as we worship our king who rules all things for the good of his church.
What does it mean to have no fear in doubt? We’ll look at a few case studies this Sunday – Doubting Thomas Sunday – to see how people have handled doubts in the past. The resurrection chases our doubts away! No fear!
Easter means no fear! What are a few your biggest fears? As get to the top of the list, death is usually one of the items. Death of a loved one, your own death… Easter changes everything, yes, even taking away the fear of death. Join us as we celebrate the resurrection.
What do you do when your plans fall through? We’ve been asking this question all Easter! By the grace of God he opens our hearts to hear his words. This Sunday we celebrate the coronation of our king! It’s Ascension Sunday. We will join our voices to the disciples in praise.
This Sunday we’ll answer the question, “What do we do when our hearts are troubled?” The takes takes us to the night that Jesus was betrayed. That might seem like quite the jump, but his words of comfort to his disciples are all the more sure now that we live in the reality of Easter. He lives!