Through music, meditative prayer, and Scriptural reflection, we'll listen in on Jesus' final words to his followers in the Upper Room. With the disciples, we'll breathe in Christ's Spirit of peace for difficult days. Finally, we'll travel to Gethsemane, kneeling in the garden of our own grief as we learn to say "thy will be done."
On Friday, we'll create space to experientially place ourselves in the midst of Jesus' final hours, where lament and loss are palpable. How is the lifted up Savior drawing all to himself? And how can the most ugly act in history become a beauty that will save the world?
Having walked through each step of the Holy Week journey, we know why Easter matters. With our feet firmly rooted in the reality of life’s present pain, we gathered our whole church community to look with hope on the One whose death and life makes all things new.