Easter 2023 @ The Oasis UCC

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All events have concluded. Thank you for joining us to celebrate!


We have many notable events scheduled for April to begin our celebration of Easter 2023. Please see image for worship dates and times. Select services will be livestreamed on our website and social media platforms.


LIVESTREAM SCHEDULE:


April 2nd: Palm Sunday Worship Service (Seeking: Where are you headed?)
Coffee and donuts: 9:30am
Worship Service: 10am

Join us for our Palm Sunday worship celebrating Jesus’ triumphal entry into Jerusalem.

Imagine you are in Jerusalem when Jesus enters on a donkey. Within the chaos and commotion of that scene, where are you and which way will you go? Will you follow Jesus all the way to the cross? Jesus’ willing surrender to his arrest should always catch us off-guard. As dismayed as the disciples, we ask, “Jesus, are you really headed this way, straight to your death?” Many of our weekly questions throughout Lent have helped us prepare spiritually for Holy Week. Now we examine if our beliefs have changed our behaviors. Has your path changed? In the midst of opposing forces, which way will you go?



April 6th: Maundy Thursday Worship Service (Seeking: Will you wash my feet?)
Worship Service: 7pm

Join us on Maundy Thursday, so named from the Latin mandatum – commandment: ‘a new commandment I give unto you, that you shall love one another’. On that night we we will gather for worship at 7:00 p.m. to observe the institution of the Last Supper, and we will hear again the accounts of Jesus’ final hours.



April 9th: Easter Sunday Worship Service (Seeking: Who are you looking for?)
Coffee and donuts: 9:30am
Worship Service: 10am
Easter Egg Hunt (all ages): 11am

We hope you will join us to celebrate this most important event of our faith story. We will wrestle with the important questions that this story sparks, including: On this Easter morning, who—or what—are you looking for? Why have you come to the tomb? What kind of Jesus are you looking for? What veils need to be lifted so we can recognize God’s resurrection wherever it occurs?

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