He is Risen!
Come to one of our services at 8:30 am, 9:45 am and 11:00 am and join us as we proclaim, “He is risen! He is risen, indeed!” After the suffering and silence of Holy Week events leading to the Crucifixion, the Easter celebration of Christ’s resurrection brings us the promise of both eternal and abundant life. The Resurrection teaches us to trust that death is the enemy but it is never the ultimate victor!
One of the most meaningful parts of Trinity’s Easter celebration is the Flowering of the Cross that takes place between the services in the Celebration Garden. Everyone is invited to bring a flower to place on the cross, transforming the bare wooden cross of Christ’s death into a beautiful expression of new life in God.
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