The world has changed a lot since Jesus walked this earth 2,000 year ago. As you read the morning paper or flip on the nightly news, have you ever wondered what Jesus would say to us today? On Wednesday nights in March we will explore what Jesus might say to us today by studying what Jesus did say during his life and ministry.
The season of Lent reminds us of our brokenness and our need for God. On Sunday nights in March, we will be examining how the God of the universe uses the broken pieces of our lives to reframe our purpose, turning our discarded hopes and dreams into something beautiful and useful - a mosaic in which God uses all the pieces.
Join us on Sunday evening , March 29 at 6:00pm, and watch the Easter story come alive as our choir recounts Jesus' final breath on the cross, celebrates his victory over death's stronghold, and declares with confidence: It is Finished!
This year's Easter Cantata features a perfect balance of old favorites and new arrangements, bringing the two together in celebration of the triumphant message of Easter. Along the way we will take a journey from Jesus' triumphal entry into Jerusalem, to his final words on the cross, to the good news that Christ is risen.
Make plans to join us for this annual Easter tradition, and let our Easter Cantata remind you of the good news of this season.
The Passover meal. Judas' betrayal. Jesus' prayer in the garden. The guard's mockery. The cross. There are few stories in all of scripture that we are more familiar with than the stories that surround the cross. But these stories have become so familiar that we fail to feel their full impact.
During the season of Lent, we will be drawing you into these stories in new ways - letting you experience their significance at a deeper level. And, as we are reminded of each of these events that lead Jesus to the cross, we will also be drawn closer to our Savior.