Alleluia, He is Risen; He is Risen Indeed!  This is the JOY filled cry of the Church on this day of life through Christ’s Resurrection.  He is Risen.  But He is not finished!  He has rooms to prepare in His Father’s House.  He has a return to make.  And until then, He has lives to shape, guide and comfort by His Holy Spirit.

March 31


Sanctuary worship identical to Sunday morning.



Sunrise Service at Oak Hill Cemetery.  A brief Easter celebration outdoors, we gather at the grave just like the first witness of Jesus’ resurrection did, and hear the Good News. Following the service, the 5K Resurrection Run begins. The run benefits youth and adults traveling to the National Youth Gathering. Runners, walkers, and everyone in between invited. Click here to register!

8:00 AND 9:30AM

Classical service with organ, choir, and brass in the Sanctuary.

9:30 AND 11:00AM

Modern worship with a blend of great Easter hymns and modern worship songs. Sign language interpreter at 9:30am.

Additional parking at the Magic House or Nipher Middle School. Nursery care is available for ages four and under from 6:00am-12:30pm.



Sunday, March 25

The Road has been long.  The Highway to Hosanna terminates at Jerusalem to the loud cries of “Hosanna, Blessed is He who Comes in the Name of the Lord.”  It is a celebration!  But soon, the celebration is muted, quieted as we realize that the journey does not end here.  There is more to come; more for Jesus and more for us.  There will be more reason to BE STILL and more reason to Rejoice!  


A Traditional Palm Sunday worship featuring choir and brass in the Sanctuary

9:30 and 10:45am

A special service featuring a processional, drama, and upbeat music led by the KidSong, children's choir, in the Concordia Center. Sign language interpreter at 9:30am.

FOR ALL CHILDREN AND YOUTH that want to be a part of the Children's/Youth Palm Sunday Procession, please meet in the Sanctuary Commons at 9:00am for the 9:30 service and 10:30am for the 11:00 service and we will give you palms and ribbons and instruct you on how to be a creative part of this Palm Sunday celebration as well.



March 30

Firsts and Lasts.  For the first and last time, Jesus washes the feet of His disciples.  For the first time He celebrates Holy Communion with them and for the last time He suppers with them.  For the first time, some of our youth will receive that Last Supper, that Body and Blood given and shed for the forgiveness of our sins.  Our prayer for them and us is that it will be the first Last Supper of many Lord’s Suppers for them and for us.

11:00am and 7:00pm

Sign language interpreter and childcare available at 7:00pm.

Join us as we meditate on our Lord’s final hours with a traditional service in the Sanctuary at 11:00am and contemporary service blending old and new music and video in the Concordia Center at 7:00pm.  

Concordia’s Ageless Generation will be offering a soup lunch following the 11:00am service.



March 31

“It is finished.”  The sacrifice, the atonement for sin is finished with the death of the Son of God. “It” is finished.  But is He?  We enter tonight in anticipation of the terrible wonder of the cross. We will leave in the apprehension of what is yet to be completed.

11:00am and 7:00pm

Sign language interpreter and childcare available at 7:00pm.

Christians around the world gather on this solemn day to remember the greatest sacrifice of love the world has ever seen. The “tenebrae” is a service of darkness, in which a series of candles are gradually extinguished symbolizing the death of Christ. In quiet reflection, we ponder the great cost by which we receive the gifts of forgiveness, life, and salvation with Jesus’ final words on the cross, “Father, Into Your Hands I Commit My Spirit”.