Hail the King who humbly comes to save us!
For 1700 years the Christian Church has celebrated with Hosannas and palm branches this festival that opens Holy Week. The season of Lent draws to a close as the people of God gather to celebrate the coming of Jesus to Jerusalem to suffer, die, and rise again. The majesty of the King of kings is veiled by his humility and lowliness, but to the eyes of faith he is recognized as the Lord. The cry must go up in joy, praise, and prayer: Hosanna! Blessed is he who comes in the name of the Lord!
Our Palm Sunday will start with a celebration with Palms of our King who enters Jerusalem to save us. The service will also feature a reading from the Gospel of Luke of Jesus' suffering and death as we prepare our selves and our faith for Holy Week.
Palm Sunday Worship: 10:15 am