Learn about a fruit of the spirit: Goodness.
Learn about the definition of patience, the opposite of patience, the counterfeit of patience, and how to cultivate patience
On Thursday, March 24, 7:00 PM, you’re invited to a very unique service. We will experience together an abbreviated Jewish Passover Seder connecting the Israelites exodus from Egypt and mankind’s exodus from the bondage of sin through Jesus Christ. This is a family event for all ages.
Children ages 0-12 are invited to join us for an Easter Egg Hunt following the Palm Sunday Brunch (3/20). Bring your baskets or bags for collecting eggs and a coat if it’s cool outside. Youth friends, the littlest hunters would love to have your help, so Mom and Dad can take pictures. See Sophia or Nichole if you can help with kiddos, stuff/hide eggs or if you have questions about this super fun event.
After the worship service on March 20th, we’ll be celebrating our 19th anniversary with food and fellowship! The theme is a breakfast brunch and everyone is encouraged to attend. Please bring something to share that fits in the breakfast brunch category (examples include breakfast casseroles, danishes, donuts, coffee cakes, fruit platters etc.) WCPC will provide beverages. We look forward to seeing you there!
In Mark 14:53-15:5, Jesus told his disciples that the Son of man must suffer at the hands of His enemies. Listen to learn
- Jesus gets the punishment that Judges deserves
- Jesus gets the punishment that Peter deserves
- Jesus gets the punishment that Barabbas deserves
- Jesus gets the punishment that we deserves
Pastor Steve teaches from Mark 14:27-52. Learn about the following:
- Did Jesus expect his friends to deny him?
- Did Jesus expect his friends to fall asleep on him?
- Did Jesus expect his friends to betray and abandon him?
Jesus did not love his friends any less, He was not and is not surprised by their and our sins. He even forgives us our sins.