Holy Week

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Follow-Through: Easy to Say, Hard to Do

It’s Holy Week once more, and in the run-up to Good Friday these past several years I have found I am annually amazed at the fact that Jesus walked into Jerusalem on Sunday, hailed as a king, and only a few short days later was shouted down as a criminal, a man for whom the

Holy Week: Good Friday, April 18, 2014

On Good Friday we remembered the Son of God, Jesus Christ, who humbled himself, became obedient to death on the cross, and redeemed us from our sin. We meditated on the seven last words Christ through scripture readings, responsive prayers (from Grace Presbyterian Church, Palo Alto, CA) and songs as we expressed our gratefulness for

Holy Week: Resurrection Sunday, March 31, 2013

The Crossing’s Resurrection Sunday music and liturgy review features photos by Scott Myers. You’ll find links in the song titles that will allow you to purchase recorded versions of the songs where available. The service began with “The Sun Stops Shining.” A video, based on The Jesus Storybook Bible, chronicling the events Good Friday. Death

Holy Week: Good Friday, March 29, 2013

On Good Friday we remembered The Song of God, Jesus Christ,who humbled himself and became obedient to the cross. God has exalted him who has redeemed us from the bondage of sin and given us new freedom. Through our songs and prayers we expressed our gratefulness for Jesus the Christ, what he has done and

Holy Week: Palm Sunday, March 24, 2013

Today marks the beginning of Holy Week, a time when we fix our eyes on Jesus’ triumphal entry, crucifixion and resurrection from the dead. On Palm Sunday we remember that Jesus set out for Jerusalem and was proclaimed Messiah and King by those whose shouts of “Hosanna!” later became cries of, “crucify Him!” During the

Holy Week: Good Friday, April 6, 2012

On Good Friday we remembered Jesus, who humbled himself and became obedient to the cross. God has exalted him who has redeemed us from the bondage of sin and given us new freedom. Through our songs and prayers we expressed our gratefulness for Jesus the Christ and what he has done for us and continues