Good Friday Service, 7:30pm, April 6th
Good Friday is a time to reflect upon the cross of Jesus Christ. While Christ has triumphed over the grave and is resurrected, we recognize that the victory was won on the cross. It's important to celebrate resurrection life, but we remain mindful that we are to "proclaim the Lord's death until he comes." (1 Cor. 11:26) It's seems a strange thing to proclaim. Paul doesn't instruct Christians everywhere to proclaim Jesus life, his miracles, his teachings, but rather, his death. Why? Jesus came to die as a sacrifice for our sins. His miracles reveal his power. His resurrection gives us the hope of eternal life, his teachings show us how to live, but his sacrificial death on the cross has brought us salvation. The cross is central to the message of the gospel. This is what we remember on Good Friday.
Join us on Friday evening, April 6th for a night of worship, communion, and reflection upon the cross.