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EASTER, 2020 — With Pancake Breakfast & Easter Egg Hunt!

Come and be with us to celebrate the True Freedom we all have through The Resurrection of Jesus – and how freedom is for everyone!

Sunday, April 12, 2019, 10:00 AM.

We will have a Pancake Breakfast that morning at 8:30 AM (no Adult Bible Class that day) and an Easter Egg Hunt following around 9:30 AM.

Join us!

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This is the great shout for Easter; the highest day on the Church calendar!

On this day we celebrate the victory of Jesus over sin, death, and the power of the devil. All that He went through and endured is over and exultation and joy remain.

And for all who have faith in Jesus as their savior gain the same victories He won! Our sins are gone and forgiveness takes its place. Death is gone and everlasting life takes its place. Pain and anguish are bound to this life only and joy eternal awaits.

The resurrection of Jesus is the sole event to which all of history hinges. All of the old testament points to its coming and all since draws meaning in the light of it.

If Christ has not been raised, your faith is futile and you are still in your sins.

1 Corinthians 15:17

Without the resurrection everything else would be pointless and moot!

Come and be with us to celebrate this greatest day of the year and see how Jesus, though His resurrection, changes everything – for you!

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On Friday, April 10, at 7:00 PM, we will worship and “celebrate” Good Friday with a form of a “Service of Darkness.”


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“Good Friday.” Such a strange name for the day when the innocent Savior of humanity and God’s Son died horribly. Yet, for us, the day marks a pivotal event in history. A holy and unbelievable imbalanced exchange: His perfection and innocence for our sins and guilt.

And twisting together a crown of thorns, they put it on His head and put a reed in His right hand. And kneeling before Him, they mocked Him, saying, “Hail, King of the Jews!” And they spit on Him and took the reed and struck Him on the head. And when they had mocked Him, they stripped Him of the robe and put His own clothes on Him and led Him away to crucify Him.

Matthew 27:29-31

Lord, have mercy!

And He did. Have mercy. For us. When we were still in sin and rebellion.

We worship and “celebrate” this event and exchange with a form of a “Tenebrae” service. Tenebrae means “darkness” and the service takes its name from the ceremony of extinguishing the worship candles in such a way that the Church is gradually cast into darkness, except for the light of a single candle. The focus of the Tenebrae is the consequence of sin and the magnitude of Jesus’ sacrifice. The worship ends in darkness and silence, symbolizing our Savior’s death upon the cross. The single candle symbolizes the hope of our Savior’s resurrection. At the completion of the Tenebrae service, the worshipers are asked to leave in silence, in order to maintain the spirit of the Good Friday commemoration of our Savior’s crucifixion.

Experience the depth of God’s love for you on Good Friday so that you can sour with the news of His resurrection on Easter Sunday!

You will be blessed.

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SEDER, 2020

Come join us for the SEDER MEAL (with Holy Communion) at LifeBridge!

DATE: April 9, 2020 (“Maundy/Holy Thursday”)
TIME: 7:00 PM
LOCATION: LifeBridge Sanctuary
CONTACT: Pastor Scott Heitshusen
(713) 965-6761

The meal is FREE (though a freewill offering will be taken)! ALL people and ages are welcome!

Due to the extreme preparations needed, signup for the meal is needed. You can do so at the back of the sanctuary.

Mark it on your calendar, sign-up, and plan to attend! You won’t be disappointed!

More about the SEDER MEAL from

The Seder, celebrated on “Maundy Thursday” (a.k.a, “Holy Thursday”), tells the story of the Passover event and meal from the book of the Exodus in the Old Testament. This is important because this is the event Jesus was celebrating with His disciples for His last supper (and instituted the Sacrament of Holy Communion); and He didn’t choose this connection arbitrarily.

Jews the world over celebrate the Seder as a reminder to the Passover. For Christians, we see the deep and deliberate connection of the Passover and Jesus as “the Lamb of God who takes away the sins of the world” (John 1:29). We will see the how God has saved us from death by the blood of His Lamb, Jesus, just as He saved Israel from death through the blood of lambs in the Exodus.

And all of this will tie into the Passion of Jesus through Holy Week as well as Holy Communion.

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Join us on Sunday, April 5, 2020, at 10:00 AM to celebrate Palm/Passion Sunday!

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Palm (or Passion) Sunday marks “The Triumphant Entry” of Jesus into Jerusalem and the start of the events of Holy Week.

They brought the donkey and the colt and put on them their cloaks, and He sat on them. Most of the crowd spread their cloaks on the road, and others cut branches from the trees and spread them on the road. And the crowds that went before Him and that followed Him were shouting,

“Hosanna to the Son of David! Blessed is He who comes in the name of the Lord! Hosanna in the highest!”

Matthew 21:7-9

The crowds who welcomed Jesus as a prophet and king will soon turn against Him with shouts of “Crucify Him!

We do this as well.

One minute we’re praising the Lord; the next we betray, deny, and slap Him in the face with our sins.

Yet He loves us. Yet He forgives us. Yet He continues to draw us to Himself.


Come and join us for worship on Palm Sunday and welcome Him in as your King and Savior.

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