Easter Worship Gathering Times
Sunday April 16th
8:30 AM, 10:00 AM, 11:30 AM, and 5:00 PM
@ The Commons at Baxter & Love. Click for directions »
You can expect 70 minutes of engaging worship, creative elements, and a special Easter Gospel message! Children’s worship available for kids ages infant through 5th grade in BASE Camp. No tickets required.
Invite friends + family to worship this Easter!
Did you know 82% of people will come to church if they are invited by a friend? But typically, only about 2% of people are actually inviting their friends and family to church. We’re challenging you, our Journey family, to break the mold and begin spiritual conversations with your friends and family.
Good Friday Stations of the Cross
Friday April 14th
Good Friday is the day commemorating the crucifixion of Jesus and his death at Calvary. The holiday is observed during Holy Week on the Friday preceding Easter Sunday. Around Journey, we will be recognizing Good Friday with a self-led, 7-station event at The Commons. The stations are a series of artistic representations, many tangible, depicting Christ carrying the cross to his crucifixion in the final hours of Jesus’ life. Join us sometime between 7AM and 7PM on Friday to continue preparing your heart around Easter.
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Ash Wednesday Self-led Worship Experience
Wednesday March 1st
To start the 2017 Lent/Easter season, we’ll have our very own Ash Wednesday event at The Commons on March 1st. We invite you to stop by The Commons any time between 7AM and 2PM to begin your preparation for Easter. We don’t cross ash on your foreheads, but we will take a self-guided, introspective look into our relationship with Jesus. If you missed the Ash Wednesday worship experience, you can read the document that guided the self-led worship experience here.
Don’t know a thing about Lent? This is your year to learn! Traditionally, Ash Wednesday is the first day of Lent and occurs 46 days before Easter. It derives its name from the practice of placing ashes on the foreheads of adherents as a sign of mourning and repentance to God. The ashes used are typically gathered after the palms from the previous year’s Palm Sunday are burned.
If you have questions, feel free to get in touch with our office anytime Monday – Thursday!