“For though I am absent in the flesh, yet I am with you in spirit, rejoicing to see your good order and the steadfastness of your faith in Christ.” ~Colossians 2:5
There is a lot we can learn during Passover Week, but the two most important days are Friday and Sunday. As Christians, we set aside Friday to remember the sacrifice that Christ made for us. We celebrate the empty tomb on Sunday because we know that He resurrected from the grave. Because He resurrected, we too will resurrect.
We know that this has been a difficult time. We also know that not being able to go to Church for Easter will be an even more difficult time. Easter has been a long-standing tradition in the Church and being with fellow believers in difficult times makes those times easier.
As it is we all aren’t able to go to a physical building. That doesn’t mean we can’t worship Christ together in the Spirit. We will have our Good Friday service livestream at 6PM. Our Sunday Easter service livestream will be at 11AM.
We would also love to partake in communion with you all on Sunday as well. The safest way that we can do that is if you are able to pick up some type of bread that doesn’t have leaven in it. A few examples of that type of bread is Matzo, Lefse, Roti, Chapati, Phulka, Lavash, Pita, and surprisingly Gordita. So, there are literally several options out there. You can pick up a small bottle of the wine (pure grape juice). Welch’s is fine. Immediately after our Sunday service we will pray and partake of the communion together.
This is unconventional, but our usual communion is compared to when Christ first instituted it. The command is, “Do this in remembrance of Me,” (Luke 22:19).
Good Friday Service: Friday April 10th at 6PM
Easter Service and Communion: Sunday April 12
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Reminder: Please have your communion ready before the Sunday Service.