Each Sunday is a "little Easter," in which we celebrate our new creation in Christ and set apart our day to worship the Lord together.
Psalm 118 says, "This is the day the Lord has made; let us rejoice in it and be glad!"
Join us as we open the Lord's Day on Saturday evening with a meal together, prayer, worship, and community. All are welcome!
The evening begins at 5:30pm; prayers start at 6:00pm, and the meal will follow.
The origin of the Lord's Day celebration goes back to the Jewish roots where the next day begins at sundown. It's important to note that the Lord's Day Celebration is not a Eucharistic meal or a replacement for Sunday mass. Rather, the Lord's Day celebration is a private form of prayer where Christians can begin the important weekly celebration of the Lord's Day (Sunday) or reflect on significance of the day when celebrated Sunday evening. The Lord's Day celebration is a way to help us to honor the Lord's Day in addition to Sunday mass.