Happy Friday, FCC! This Sunday, we are closing up our series on James with Rule #12: Make It Your Business to Restore People. This series has been so great--I’m sort of sad for it to be over. But next week we celebrate Easter, and then start a series on 1 Corinthians!
Just in time for Easter, we’re making more room! This Sunday, we will have more room in our sanctuary for more people, while still social distancing. With the help of a creative architect from FCC, we’ve reorganized the chairs and the rows to provide more space for more people. We look forward to being together in person and online!
Come celebrate the risen Jesus with us! Filled with music, stories of transformation and an inspiring message from Pastor Tim Porter, our Easter services are designed to highlight the resurrection of Jesus and showcase the power that God’s grace can provide to change our lives. Services will be held both in person and online. We have maximum capacities per service, so RSVP for your seats today! Find more info and RSVP for your on-campus seat at fcchudson.com/easter.
Join us for a communion service on Thursday, April 1, at 7pm, that will help us remember Christ’s redemptive sacrifice of love on the cross. Surrounding this theme of the cross, we will sing songs, hear a devotional message, and take communion together within a service that will last about one hour, and will be held in-person and online at fcchudson.com, YouTube and Facebook. Childcare will not be available for the communion service.
This Easter, we are inviting you to be a part of a video montage showing how God’s grace has made a difference in so many people’s lives.
On Monday, we started 21 days of prayer leading up to Easter. Here are a few prayer points I would love for you to pray:
Lastly, I ask you to invite someone you are praying for to view one of our Easter services online, or join you in person. Invite them to one of the services and then consider connecting with them for brunch or a meal afterward. (Find downloadable Easter invitation graphics at the bottom of our Easter page!)