Probably most us celebrate or at least recognize national holidays. Holidays that aren't universal, but everyone in one country or group celebrate: Independence Day, Veterans Day, etc. These effect us individually, but are holidays that we celebrate as a nation.
Easter is like that: it means a lot to each one of us individually as Christians, but is also something that we celebrate as a group. And actually, Easter should be our most significant holiday, because, on it, we celebrate Jesus' resurrection and the apostle Paul says, "And if Christ has not been raised, your faith is futile and you are still in your sins." A dead Savior cannot save us, a dead Savior cannot lead us, a dead Savior cannot love us - but a risen Savior saves us, leads and guides us, loves us, and rules over us.
Our faith stands and falls with the resurrection. So, on Easter, we invite you to come and worship our risen Savior with us, hear His Word with us, and be sent out on His continuing mission with us to love, save, and redeem a broken, needy world through the work of our risen Savior, Jesus Christ.
Bring your friends and family to come and celebrate the resurrection of Jesus Christ! We’ll have a special worship service for the adults and an egg hunt for the kids during Keystone Kids.
Come early at 9:15 to enjoy a breakfast potluck together in the Multi-Purpose Room!
Click the button below to hear what John Piper has to say about Easter.