Our Mailing Address:  2848 County Road H2 - Mounds View - 55112

Phone (763) 784-1786 - Fax (763) 784-1927

  Sunday Worship Times: 7:30 am, 8:45 am, 11:00 am

Bible Study and Sunday School: 10:00 am

God, in the Old Testament, moved salvation history forward by meeting his people on mountains to instruct and deploy them for mission.

This Lenten season we assemble with God’s Old Testament people at
Mount Sinai, Mount Ararat, Mount Moriah, Mount Horeb,
Mount Carmel, and Mount Nebo.  On each mountain we will be strengthened and encouraged to live as 21st century believers
in a world that desperately needs Jesus Christ our Lord.
He is the “peace of God that passes all understanding,”
Join us Wednesdays at 4 & 6 PM starting February 14.

  


Come and join us as we walk with our Savior through the week of His passion. On Maundy Thursday we celebrate the institution of Communion and our Lord's command to "love one another."  On Good Friday we remember our Lord's sacrifice for us and on Easter Sunday we celebrate Christ's resurrection.  We hope you can join us for all of the services.  Everyone is welcome.

 

Palm Sunday (March 25)

Regular Service Times
Children's Palm Procession at 11:00

 

Maundy Thursday (March 29)

Services at 4 & 7 pm
with Communion

 

Good Friday (March 30)

Services at 4 & 7 pm

 

Easter Sunday (April 1)

Easter SonRise service (Candlelight) - 6 am*

Traditional Worship - 7:30, 9 and 10:30 am
all with Communion

 

Easter Breakfast

7 to 10:30 am

All proceeds go to support Messiah's youth program

 

 

*Easter SonRise Worship is on Easter morning but it different from all the other Easter morning services. It is a candlelight service that is begun in the Gathering Space outside the locked and dark Sanctuary. After a reading and a short response we enter into the dark sanctuary by candlelight and celebrate the resurrection of our Lord. This service has it's roots in the early church practice of entering the dark sanctuary as a way of walking with the first witnesses who entered the dark and EMPTY tomb on that first resurrection morning.

 

 

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