Pascha is Greek for Passover. In the second century, Christians celebrated Jesus' death and resurrection on one day: Passover. They heard the Passover story and how it is a picture of Jesus. As the blood of the Passover lamb protected the Israelites from God's wrath, so Jesus' blood protects us. Through Moses, God delivered his people from slavery in Egypt. Through Jesus, God delivered his people from slavery to sin and death. 

    We will have a Pascha Service Watch Party via Zoom, which includes a Q & A session with Pastor David, on Wednesday, April 8th, at 6:00 p.m. The meeting ID for this event is 322 247 894. 

    A video of the readings from this service will be posted online at 7:00 p.m.



    Maundy comes from the Latin word mandatum, meaning “commandment.” On the night before his death, Jesus shared the Last Supper with his disciples and said to them, “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” (John 13:34 ESV). 

    Readings, songs, and a message from Pastor David will be posted online on Thursday, April 9th, at 5:00 p.m.


    Good Friday commemorates Jesus’ death on the cross. A Good Friday worship experience will be posted online on Friday, April 10th, at noon.


    Easter celebrates the Resurrection of our Lord Jesus Christ. Our Easter service will be posted on the SUNDAY ONLINE page of our website on Sunday, April 12th.


    On the Sunday after Easter, Sunday, April 19th, we celebrate Thomas Sunday. Thomas was the disciple who didn’t see Jesus on the first Easter. Consequently, he refused to believe Jesus had risen. Then Jesus appeared to him the following Sunday, and he confessed, “My Lord and my God!” 

    The sermon on Thomas Sunday focuses on why we should believe Jesus rose from the dead. What is the evidence? How can we be sure?

    Our Thomas Sunday service will be posted on the SUNDAY ONLINE page of our website on Sunday, April 19th