Holy Week is upon us and we are preparing a number of special services to

contemplate Jesus’ sacrifice and the eternal gift He has given us.


Saturday, April 9 at 5:30pm  |  Sunday, April 10 at 9:30am & 11am

Hosanna! Palm Sunday is a day of great jubilation when we remember His glorious entry into Jerusalem on a donkey, while a multitude of people welcomed Him in rejoicing with the waving of palms. We celebrate the King of all kings at all three worship services this weekend with gratitude and joy!


Friday  |  April 15  |  7pm
The 7 Last Words of Christ – Good Friday Service at BE Free

Less than a week later, He is beaten, bloodied, nails driven through His flesh, only to be hoisted above for all to see. He is fully God. He could have removed Himself from the cross. The Seven Last Words of Christ gives us insight into what Jesus experienced and why. His sacrifice was His God-given task but was also His choice. He loves us so deeply that He died that we may live. We remember that sacrifice with this special service on Friday, April 15 at 7pm.


He is risen. He is risen indeed! On the third day, the tomb is empty! Wonder, joy, disbelief. Yes, He is risen!! Through His Resurrection, He conquered death and redeemed us from sin. Rejoice with us as we worship our risen Savior!

Sunday  |  April 17  |  6am
Sunrise Service in Stony Creek

Come down to the beach in Stony Creek bright and early to celebrate Christ’s resurrection by the light of sunrise! No need to dress up, just dress warmly and bring a chair! Afterwards, we’ll head to the church for breakfast. Click here if you need directions to the beach.

Sunday  |  April 17  |  10am
Blended Outdoor Service at BE Free

At 10am, we will gather for one church-wide outdoor service in the courtyard, with a selection of music provided by a traditional choir and by the worship teams. Bring your friends and family to join us in celebration! (Note: we will not have a Saturday evening service on April 16.)

We pray that these services will be a special time for each of you as we reflect upon the suffering Christ endured on our behalf and the hope we have because of His resurrection!


But He was wounded for our transgressions,
He was bruised for our iniquities;
The chastisement for our peace was upon Him,
And by His stripes we are healed.

Isaiah 53:5