Holy Week Begins

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Riding into Jerusalem that day was a truly courageous act by Jesus – a Galilean peasant riding a donkey as a sign of non-violent resistance toward a confrontation that could only end with his brutal torture and execution.

Jesus suffers, that is, so that when we are suffering, we know God understands and cares for us.

Jesus is alone at the end of the story so that when we feel alone, we know God understands and is with us.

Jesus cries out in despair so that when we become convinced the whole world has conspired against us and feel ready to give up, we know that God understands.

Jesus dies so that we know God understands death and the fear of death and reminds us that death does not have the last word.

Join us on Sunday as we receive the Holy Spirit into our lives and ministry as we reflect on the Beloved Son, Jesus our Lord.   We begin worship at 10 am.  All are welcome either in-person or on-line and the bulletin can be found on this website in the virtual bulletin tab. We look forward to seeing you!