Passion Week is a yearly celebration at the Lord’s Land during the week before Resurrection Sunday. Beginning with our Tuesday Night Potluck, we host a series of events to focus our hearts and minds on the cost and the triumph of Christ’s death and resurrection.
Join us from 6 – 8:30 pm for thought-provoking and heart-stirring exploration of Christ’s ultimate sacrifice. What is the meaning of the cross? Why was it necessary? What do we need to see in this terrible, wonderful event? Potluck starts at 6 pm. Worship and teaching starts at 7 pm.
We host a Jewish Seder beginning at 6 pm. Seating is limited. Please let us know in advance if you plan to come so we can reserve a seat for you. Call us at 707-937-5700. This fills up really fast.
Come anytime between 7 – 9 pm for our “Stations of the Cross” interactive experience. Plan on at least 30 min. but you’re welcome to stay longer. (This is a great opportunity for children to have an interactive, tangible experience with the key elements of the last week of Jesus’ life. They should be accompanied by an adult.)
From 7– 9 pm, our prayer room will be open. Our musicians and prophetic singers will lead us in “harp and bowl” worship and prayer centered on a resurrection theme.
At 6:45 am we gather around the campfire for an intimate sunrise service — strong coffee served!
Many of our friends make an annual pilgrimage to rent a cabin and be with us for the whole week, but you’re welcome to come for any part of our Passion Week celebration.