Resurrection Stories: "A Story on the Road"
After Easter morning is over, and the tomb has been left empty, Jesus wastes no time getting to the business of life. We often think that faith is believing in something that we cannot see, but God knows we are people of our senses. After rising, Jesus appears - multiple times - to the people he loves and even to complete strangers. They need to see him to believe that love can really conquer death. We need that same assurance today. We must train our eyes to see the Christ that walks among us in large, unbelievable ways and in the small, daily miracles that call us out of our own tombs. We are invited, this Eastertide, to recognize Christ’s presence in our lives and share the stories of our rising!
Rev. Jenn Pick speaking in the traditional services
Rev. Grant Palma speaking in the contemporary service
Rev. Armando Alvarado speaking in the bilingual service
Families in Worship
Professional childcare is provided during all worship services in the Education Building. If you’d rather worship as a family, activity binders for children are available at each worship venue. In the Sanctuary, a Family Comfort Room is located to the left as you exit. Rocking chairs, a changing station and toys are available as you watch the worship service live. Our ushers and greeters are happy to answer any questions you have about our family-friendly resources.