APRIL 4TH | 7:00, 8:30, 10:00 & 11:30AM
Graveyards and gardens carry different connotations, don’t they? Gardens are centered around life, and graveyards around death. But perhaps they’re linked more than we’d expect. In an old, old story we’re told that the first man, Adam, was given a garden, and through his bad choice it became a grave. Many lifetimes later, Jesus died and was placed in a grave. But in one spectacular moment of resurrection, that grave was turned it into a garden. When we put flowers on graves of loved ones who have passed, we do something significant. We speak to the hope that this life is not the end of the story, that resurrection is possible and that new life could spring up from this old life. We would love for you to join us on Easter Sunday as we celebrate this hope of resurrection.
Registration for our Easter Sunday gatherings opens March 7th at 12:00pm.
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