We welcome all to join us in worshiping the Lord
and in sharing the good news of Christ.
Come as you are.
Holy Week Schedule
Palm Sunday (April 13) - 10:00 AM
Last Meeting of Lenten Bible Study (April 15)
6:00 PM Light Super and Fellowship
See the Bible Study page for more information
Maundy Thursday Dinner & Communion (April 17) - 6:00 PM
Please sign-up by Sunday, April 13 so we have enough food.
Good Friday (April 18) - 6:00 PM
The sanctuary will be open for prayer Friday morning 10 AM - noon
Easter Sunrise Service (April 20) - 6:30 AM
At Zephyr Point Conference Grounds at the outdoor amphitheater by the lake
660 Highway 50, Zephyr Cove, NV
Easter Services at the Church (April 20) - 8:30 AM & 11:00 AM
2733 Lake Tahoe Blvd, South Lake Tahoe, CA 96150
No Sunday School for the children.
Care for children ages "new born" - 3 Years is provided
during both worship services in the nursery.
Members who are able, please park in Meek's parking lot to make room for our guests.
Begins April 27
8:30 Children's Sunday School & Worship*
9:45 Adult Education
*Care for children ages "new born" to 3 years is provided
in the nursery during both worship services.
Last Week's Message (April 13)
A Summary from Pastor Nick
I always enjoy a good celebration, a party, or just a great gathering of friends and family. I enjoy being around people and hearing their stories and about the things that make them happy. I have enjoyed being your pastor these past two-plus months and each of you have made our family feel very welcome. What a great celebration it has been and will continue to be as we go forward doing ministry together. I am grateful that you have not waved palm branches as I come into church, because I don't want to think what happens next...
I can just imagine the celebration on the day Jesus came into Jerusalem on a donkey as people welcomed him in like a king. Waving palm branches and laying their cloaks on the ground showed a sign of respect, a welcoming sign of a leader or king. They yelled, "Hosanna, Blessed is He Who Comes in the name of the Lord." Can you imagine if a parade or celebration was given to you as you came into South Lake Tahoe? Can you imagine the energy of the crowd and how that would make you feel? What an exciting feeling that must be, it would be for most people, but Jesus knew that the celebration would end in a few days and the cheers would turn to jeers. He knew the palms being waved would turn into fists waving and with shouts to "crucify him!" There is a celebration happening of joy and expectation that will soon change to sadness and heartache.
The great news today is we know that the sadness and heartache will not stay; it will be replaced with everlasting life! This Sunday we wave palm branches and we celebrate, but next week we remember the bitterness of pain and death, and then... and then... and then...
If you want to read ahead, Matthew 21: 1-11 will be our passage on Sunday.
Pastor Nick along with his wife Patty and daughter Diana
joined us February 1, 2014.
More information is listed on the "Pastor" page of this website.