At First Presbyterian Church

We welcome you this Easter season to celebrate the life, death, burial, and resurrection of Jesus Christ.

Palm/Passion Sunday, March 24

 8:30 am | Historic Sanctuary
11:00 am | Worship Center & Livestream

We begin the week leading up to Easter with Jesus’ triumphant entrance into Jerusalem. Our children and youth bring offerings in fish banks for our One Great Hour of Sharing and wave palms in remembrance of those who laid palm branches in Jesus’ path.

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Maundy Thursday, March 28

6:00 PM | Soup Supper
All are invited to a Soup Supper in our Worship Center from 6:00-7:00 pm. Please RSVP by Sunday, March 24, to reserve a seat.

7:30 PM | Sanctuary & Livestream
As we draw closer to the crucifixion, we gather for an evening service on which we reflect on Jesus’ Last Supper, receive communion and enter a space of somber, quiet reflection as the passion narrative is read. During this final portion of the service, there will be a gradual extinguishing of light in the room, after which participants will be invited to depart in silence.

*Childcare will not be available during this service.

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Good Friday, March 29

12:00 PM | Sanctuary

As we enter the time of Jesus’ crucifixion and death, we gather for a short service of prayer and reflection.

*Childcare will not be available during this service.

Easter Sunday, March 31

 8:30 AM | Worship Center
11:00 AM | Worship Center & Livestream

Celebrate Easter at FPC!

We gather to celebrate the risen Christ as he has conquered death, canceled the power of sin, and raised us to new life – both now and forevermore!

Purchase Easter Lilies, which will be used to decorate our worship space on Easter Sunday. Easter Lily Order Form

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Easter Sunday is March 31

Easter Sunday is something like the keystone of an arch — the top and center stone upon which all the other stones lean and depend — both in terms of its theological significance and its relation to other events in the Christian year. Theologically speaking, the faith we claim and the life we live depends on the affirmation, celebration and proclamation of Christ’s resurrection. In a chronological sense — since Easter is a “moveable feast,” taking place on a different date each year — all the other events of the Christian year (from the Transfiguration of the Lord and Ash Wednesday through Pentecost and Trinity Sunday) pivot around the date of Easter Sunday, shifting accordingly.