During the Easter holiday join us for our Good Friday Experience, "STAINED" at 7pm.For those who know and follow Jesus, Good Friday presents a unique opportunity to connect at a deeper level to the meaning of Jesus’ death on the cross. You will also be given the opportunity to pray, reflect, and receive communion as part of your overall Good Friday experience. Childcare will be provided 5th grade and under.
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HOLY WEEK | Reflections
Each day between Palm Sunday and Good Friday, read a passage following Jesus throughout the week. Several passages are listed for each topic, choose to read one or several. As you read, imagine yourself there, make observations, list questions, look for what stands out to you, listen to what God wants to say to you through His story.
The Triumphal Entry: Matthew 21:1-11, Mark 11:1-10, Luke 19:29-44, John 12:12-19
Jesus curses the Fig Tree: Matthew 21:18-19, Mark 11:12-14
Jesus cleanses the Temple: Matthew 21:12-13, Mark 11:15-18
The Authority of Jesus Questioned: Matthew 21:23-27, Mark 11:27-33, Luke 20:1-8
Jesus Teaches in the Temple: Matthew 21:28-23:39, Mark 14:3-9, Luke 20:1-8
Anointing of Jesus: Mark 14:3-9, Matthew 26:6-13, John 12:2-11
The Plot against Jesus: Mark 14:10-11, Matthew 26:14-16, Luke 22:3-6
The Last Supper: Matthew 26:1-29, Mark 13:12-15, Luke 22:3-6, John 13:1-38
Jesus comforts the disciples: John 14:1-16:33
Gethsemane: Matthew 26:36-46, Mark 14:32-42, Luke 22:40-46
Jesus’ arrest and trial: Matthew 26:47-27:26, Mark 14:43-15:15, Luke 22:47-23:25, John 18:2-19:16
Jesus’ crucifixion and death: Matthew 27:27-56, Mark 15:16-41, Luke 23:26-49, John 19:17-30
The burial of Jesus: Matthew 27:57-61, Mark 15:42-47, Luke 23:50-56, John 19:31-42
Fear, doubt and faith: Matthew 27: 62-66
Resurrection: Matthew. 28 : 1-20 Mark 16: 1-19, Luke 24: 1-35, John 20:1 -29