Lent and Holy Week

  • Easter

    April 16, 2107

    Worship Services at 9:40 and 11 o'clock

    Come and celebrate the risen Lord!

  • Maundy Thursday

    April 13, 2017

    Worship Service at 6:30 p.m.

    The service of Tenebrae, meaning “darkness” or “shadows,” has been practiced by the church since medieval times. Once a service for the monastic community, Tenebrae later became an important part of the worship of the common folk during Holy Week. We join Christians of many generations throughout the world in this service.

    Tenebrae is a service on Christ’s suffering. Readings trace the story of Christ’s passion, music portrays his pathos, and the power of silence and darkness suggests the drama of this momentous day. As lights are extinguished, we ponder the depth of Christ’s suffering and death; we remember the cataclysmic nature of his sacrifice as we hear the overwhelming sound of the “strepitus”; and through the return of the small but persistent flame of the Christ candle at the conclusion of the service, we anticipate the joy of ultimate victory.

  • Palm-Passion Sunday

    April 9, 2017

    Combined Worship Service at 10:30 a.m.

    led by our Chancel Choir, Orchestra, Emerge Musicians, and Revelation Players

  • Easter Offering

    Each year we receive a special offering on Easter that goes for the ministries of the Oakmont Community Center.

    These programs include:  

    • Medical Clinics
    • Book Buddies
    • Backyard Buddies (Tutoring)
    • Tuesday Night Ministry
    • S.T.E.P.S.
    • Celebrate Recovery
    • Ramp Builders

  • Good Friday

    April 14, 2017

    Stations of the Cross

    at 12 noon at St. Peters Catholic Church (5th Street)

    relive the journey Christ took to the cross through readings, songs, and walking

  • Labyrinth

    Multi-Purpose Room

    April 10-18

    Weekdays from 9 a.m. until 5 p.m.

    Sundays from 8:30 a.m. until 12 noon

    A Labyrinth is a circular path on the floor that you walk to the center and back out again.  It is not a maze to confuse or challenge people, but a guided path to allow you to walk and meditate.

    There will be stops along the way where you can choose to read selections from The Stations of the Cross as a way to remember Christ's journey to the cross.