The Easter Vigil: Does Hope Seem Lost?

We continue to seek answers this Holy Week. As we do that, a little background on “Holy Saturday” may be helpful.  The seventh day of the week, the day Jesus rested in the tomb, is Holy Saturday. It is a traditional day of quiet meditation and Christians for centuries have contemplated the darkness of the world without a future and without hope apart from God and his grace.

Easter Vigil
While making vigil through the night is not as common today, Christians nonetheless gather on Holy Saturday to wait in expectation for the news of Christ’s resurrection and for his second coming. At Immanuel, we have a “service of watching” that ushers in the resurrection, the Vigil of Easter. Read more…

Please join us at 5:00 p.m. tonight for the Easter Vigil Worship Service.

Let’s look for answers together!

See you in church tonight,
Pastor Tom

Author: Pastor Tom

Pastor Tom Acton

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