On the first Sunday of every month, we take time to reflect on some of the last words Jesus said to his disciples. He asked his closest friends to remember him by breaking bread and drinking wine. We now know that this small act is used to symbolize his death on the cross and through it the miraculous gift of salvation. Come celebrate the new life we have been given in Jesus Christ on our communion Sunday.
Is that BACON? Yes, it's bacon. So. Much. Bacon. Thank goodness for the men of NCAC! Every year our brilliant brothers create a delicious feast for our annual Easter Breakfast before the Sunday Service on Easter Sunday. Don't miss this once-a-year treat. Bacon, eggs, toast, home fries, coffee, and juice will be served from 8:30-9:45 AM on Resurrection Sunday.
Today is a GOOD DAY! It is the day we remember what was done on our behalf. Jesus was unjustly condemned to death in our place. His death paid the penalty for every wrongdoing we ever have done or will do in the future. Our repentance acknowledges his sacrifice and admits that without the Cross, we would be enslaved to our sin forever. Praise God that this is not the case! Jesus died to set us free and live an abundant life in him! Come and sing praises to the God who loved us more than life itself!
This Year's Community Good Friday Service will be held at the Nazarene Church on Broad Street from noon-1:00.