In this sermon from Pastor Byron McGee, he examines the true meaning of Easter from the perspective of a dark day, a loud cry, and a torn curtain.
Spring is here! And it’s brought the signs of warm weather, green grass, and the beginning of new life in nature. We are closer than before to new life in our physical world, but more importantly, we need to be spiritually renewed… More »
What do you stand for? As Christians, we stand for the death, burial, and resurrection of Jesus Christ. That is the Gospel and it is our hope and foundation. We need to be reminded of that not just on Easter, but on a daily basis.
An event that would change the course of history took place after the sabbath when Jesus was crucified. It’s why Good Friday is good and why Christians celebrate the resurrection of Jesus Christ.
Our Resurrection Sunday celebration will begin at 8:30 AM with a buffet style breakfast. Morning worship will begin at 10:00 AM. Immediately following morning worship will be an Easter Egg Hunt at the church for the kids to enjoy.