Holy Week begins April 10 with Palm Sunday, and it’s a full week of exciting ways to go deeper in your relationship with God. We look forward to worshipping our risen King with you!
The service begins at 10:00am on April 10, and you can join us online on our Live Stream page, or our YouTube channel. The service will be interpreted into ASL for Deaf and hard-of-hearing. Traducción al español disponible.
Hosanna in the highest! Holy Week begins by celebrating Christ’s entry into Jerusalem, with joyful praise to God in a service featuring music from our Children’s Chorus. Make a joyful noise with us!
On Tuesday April 12 at 6pm, to join us for a Messianic Passover Banquet to experience what Jesus experienced during the Last Supper and what Jewish people still celebrate today. Come and learn why this holiday should be understood in your Christian walk.
This is a great evangelistic opportunity to invite your Jewish friends to hear a culturally sensitive presentation of the gospel through the Passover. Dinner will be served, and pre-registration is required. NOW SOLD OUT.
The service begins at 7:00pm on April 15, and you can join us in-person or online on our Live Stream page or our YouTube channel. The service will be interpreted into ASL for Deaf and hard-of-hearing. Traducción al español disponible.
A communion service of deep reflection on Christ’s atoning sacrifice for us. For nearly 2,000 years, Christians have proclaimed Jesus’ death and resurrection to be the decisive turning point for all creation. Paul considered it to be “of first importance” that Jesus died for our sins, was buried, and was raised to life on the third day, all in accordance with what God had promised all along in the Scriptures (1 Corinthians 15:3). “For the joy set before him” (Hebrews 12:2) Jesus endured the cross, knowing it led to His resurrection and ascension, our salvation, and God’s glory.
To participate in our Communion service at home, download our guide here.
TMC Kids is organizing an Easter Outreach Event on Saturday April 16 at 10am on the Chicago History Museum lawn (near 1601 N Clark Street). Families, bring your kids to a fun Easter event for fun games! Invite your neighbors with kids to join the fun.
What if Jesus’ resurrection isn’t a fairy-tale? What if the grave isn’t the end of the story, but just the beginning?
On Easter Sunday, we invite you to explore the upside-down claims of Jesus. All are welcome!
Easter Service April 17 at 10am: Celebrate with us in person or online! Click here for more info.