Easter Worship Services

Romans 3:1-5:21

Everyone possesses an awareness of God and makes decisions based on personal beliefs. We may or may not realize that we are doing it. How we work, love, think, and play is shaped by our understanding of God and how he interacts with the world. What we sacrifice, what we pursue, and where we find comfort comes from our concept and awareness of God. Paul wrote that the pathway to peace and purpose is a right view and understanding of God. Through this lens, identity, joy, faith, and life are all derived from God.

For Worship Service times Sundays, February 28 through March 28 CLICK HERE

Easter Sunday, April 4
Traditional Worship Services
/ 8 & 9:30am
Contemporary Worship Service / 11am
Roseville Campus

Contemporary Worship Service / 9 & 10:30am
White Bear Campus

Services available starting at these dates and times listed below. To watch live CLICK HERE. To watch after these times, CLICK HERE. You can also find us on Facebook Live.

Video Devotions for Lent

Over the next seven Wednesdays, we have the opportunity to hear a staff member or lay leader share his/her reflections on the last words of Jesus. Each week will consist of a 10-minute devotional followed by a time of reflection and prayer. We want to help you grasp the magnitude and significance of that dark hour two thousand years ago. Join us on that hillside just outside Jerusalem as we hear afresh the last words of Jesus from the cross.

Lent Devotional Journal PDF

From the Cross: The Last Words of Jesus
Wednesdays, February 17–March 31 / 12pm

Day of Reflection

This annual event is a visually stimulating, self-guided interactive time of reflection and prayer, recommended for ages 8 and up. This year we are looking at Jesus’ status as The Son of God.

Saved by The Son of God!

In the time of Christ, to make the claim that you were the son of God was blasphemous and warranted death. But what happens when you really are the Son of God? Through readings, multimedia, and music, this reflection explores the ramifications of what it was like to be God’s Son—sent into the world for one main purpose. That the world through him might be saved.

For those wishing to experience the Day of Reflection virtually, a pdf of the readings will be available here soon. 

Friday, April 2 / 7am-7pm
White Bear Campus

Holy Week Services

Traditional Maundy Thursday Communion Service
Thursday, April 1
/ 7pm
Roseville Campus

Contemporary Good Friday Communion Service
Friday, April 2 / 7pm
White Bear Campus

Services available starting at these dates and times. To watch live CLICK HERE. To watch after these times, CLICK HERE. You can also find us on Facebook Live.