Our culture is big on belief. You could even say there is a belief in belief. Yet moments happen that can shake the foundations of what we believe and calls everything we held onto into question. When that happens, we really have to get to the bedrock of who we are and ask, “What do I really believe in?”
The word “believe” is closely associated with the word “faith.” So when Jesus says, “Believe in me,” what He is really saying is, “Have faith in me.”
This Easter, join us as we look to the cross and resurrection. Come out as we look to Jesus and choose to “Believe Again.”
Kfirst is holding a Tenebrae service on Good Friday, March 29. The word Tenebrae is Latin for “shadows” or “darkness.” It can also be translated as “night” or “death.” The Tenebrae service is a tradition in Christian history that helps us recognize the intimacy of the Last Supper, the tension of Christ’s betrayal and trials, and the power of the crucifixion of our Lord. As we read the scriptures recounting the story of Jesus, we will periodically lower the lights to step into this dark moment and embrace the depth of what happened at the cross. Join us for an evening of song and Scripture reading as we remember the power of Good Friday.
Join us after service for our Easter 2024 Photobooth! Take a photo with your family and friends to help celebrate this beautiful day.
On April 4, click the link below to download your photo!