Past Events

Food Pantry Service

The Missions & Evangelism Board Invites You to Come Serve with Us! Wonderful Local Service Opportunity: Volunteer at Amazing Grace Food Pantry, 1711 Parker Road, Wylie, TX 75098 — (972) 292-7241 What: Spend a Saturday morning helping to stock shelves, build boxes, package up donations, load donations in vehicles for people who come to the shelter, and…

Garage Sale

Start cleaning out your closets or get ready to shop! The annual Garage Sale to benefit the youth group will be held April 30th. Here is how you can help: You may begin dropping off donated items in the Fellowship Hall after late service on Sunday, April 24th through Friday, April 29th. If you have…

Good Friday

Our journey to follow Christ through witnesses to Christ here arrives at the cross. Tonight, we view Christ on the cross through the author’s eyes—John, the Apostle and Evangelist, the beloved disciple, the son of Zebedee and the brother of James. By John’s witness, we view Jesus beaten and bloodied. We hear His words of…

Maundy Thursday

Betrayed by Judas, one of the twelve disciples. Betrayed by Judas for thirty pieces of silver. Betrayed by Judas with a kiss—imagine that, a kiss! Betrayed by Judas in a garden east of Jerusalem called Gethsemane. Betrayed! Jesus was betrayed for us. After betraying Jesus, Judas plunges into the depths of despair. He does not…

Lent Soup Supper

WHAT: Soup Suppers DATES: March 9th, 16th, 23rd, 30th & April 6th TIME: Prayer starting at 6:15 and Service at 7:00. Join us each week for amazing fellowship time. Please consider signing up to bring soup, dessert or bread at the following link or on the sign up sheet near the church office. Dinner will start at 6:15.…

Lenten Service 5

Pontius Pilate was a witness to Christ who consented to order Jesus’ execution. Pilate may wash his hands and proclaim his own innocence in the death of Jesus, but Pilate is guilty. Pilate is caught between a rock and a hard place. Instead of doing what is right, Pilate has Jesus’ flesh ripped, shredded, torn, dressed in purple,…

Lenten Service 4, 2022

Barabbas was a heartless, brutal criminal, with anger in his heart and blood on his hands. Custom dictated that Pontius Pilate should release one prisoner at the feast of Passover. Pilate knows Jesus is innocent and tries to get the crowd to ask for Jesus’ release, but the crowd calls for Barabbas. The crowd condemns the innocent Jesus…