The first Easter began, “while it was still dark.”
Easter eventually led to celebration, but it began wile people were mourning. It started in a time of isolation, loneliness and disappointment. Easter crashed into a world that seemed dark, and pointed to a new day that was just beginning to dawn.
The Gathering will be celebrating Easter on April 12 at a time when we need a message of hope more than ever. Services at 9:00, 10:45 am, and 5:00 pm will all be online, but we hope you still invite your friends and family to worship.
Online Easter means it doesn’t matter where you live, what time zone you’re in, or whether or not you can get out of the house. Now EVERYONE can join us for an hour dedicated to hope!