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Join us for Holy Week and Easter Sunday services exclusively online and on demand

Holy Week Online

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Sunday April 5 | 8:30 and 9:30 a.m. | Watch Online
Join us for worship online for our Palm Sunday service celebrating the arrival of our King Jesus. In years past, we have supported local and global mission partners by laying down our resources for the special Give Back the Blessing offering. For those of you with the ability to participate financially, we thank you for your generous support going to the Family Homeless Prevention Program and the city-wide crisis response through COSILoveYou.

Monday April 6 at 12 p.m. | Watch Online
Join us for a service of Holy Communion, prayer and meditation on Scripture. Led by Pastor Junior McGarrahan, we will spend our afternoon journeying to Christ’s cross through music, quiet times of reflection and participating in the Lord's Supper online, together in Christ.

How to Prepare Online Communion

Thursday April 9 | 6:30 p.m. | Watch Online
Join us online on Maundy Thursday for a reflective evening service of Holy Communion and solemn worship music guiding us to remember Jesus’ Last Supper.

Friday April 10 | 6:30 p.m. | Watch Online
Make plans to join us online for a solemn Good Friday evening service where we’ll look to the cross where Jesus gave His life away for us.

24-Hour Prayer Vigil

Join the 24-hour Prayer Vigil helping us lean into Christ’s suffering on the cross in preparation for celebrating His resurrection. Sign Up
online for a 15-minute slot and receive a Prayer Guide to help elevate our cares and concerns to the Lord.

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April 12 | Watch Online
You’re invited to hear what Jesus’ real, historical death on the cross means for your life and our world. Online streaming begins at 7:00 and 8:30 a.m. with services available on-demand.

Sunrise Worship Center Service 7:00 a.m.
Sanctuary Service 8:30 a.m. 

Frequently Asked Questions

How do I watch online?

All Holy Week and Easter services will be livestreamed at the designated service time and available on-demand 10 minutes after the service concludes. Choose your preferred platform:

Click here for instructions to connect online on your preferred platform. For assistance watching online, please call 719-884-6100.

How do I participate in online communion?

Preparing for Online Communion

Each Sunday, when together we profess our faith, we affirm our belief in “the communion of the saints.” This communion of the saints has become a very real component of our faith during this time of COVID-19. We cannot be with one another and we cannot gather in one physical place. We feel this loss of fellowship acutely, especially when we want to approach the Lord’s Table.

So, in extraordinary times, how will we come to the Table? As is often said: extraordinary times call for extraordinary measures. Even though we are not visibly together, we are truly together because of our union with Christ. If each of us is joined to Christ by virtue of our faith and baptism, then we are also joined to one another as the one body of Christ. This is our true communion.

In normal times, when members of our congregation are home-bound, we take communion to them. This is called extended communion. Well, we are all home-bound now and with the approval of the Session we will, just in these extenuating circumstances, offer communion online to our home-bound congregation.

Preparing and Participating in Online Communion

  1. We encourage you to participate with your household. John Knox, one of our Presbyterian forebears, encouraged families to participate together in worship and would celebrate communion in people’s homes. This is a tradition we can call on.
  2. Prepare ahead of time by having grape juice (or wine) in individual cups and individual portions of bread or crackers (symbolic of unleavened bread).
  3. Examine your heart and relationships and make what steps you can for forgiveness and reconciliation. Especially seek forgiveness from the Lord, perhaps by praying the words of David in Psalm 51:7-12.
  4. Reflect on things you are thankful for. Since Communion is also called “Eucharist” (Thanksgiving) and the “joyful feast of the Lord,” spend some time reflecting on things for which you are thankful, for things that have given you joy and prayerfully express your gratitude to the Lord.
  5. During the online service, as the pastor directs, partake of the bread and the cup, knowing that your brothers and sisters in their places are communing with you.
  6. Finally, remember these words: "There is one body and one Spirit, just as you were called to one hope when you were called; one Lord, one faith, one baptism; one God and Father of all, who is over all and through all and in all." - Ephesians 4:4-6