Palm Sunday, March 24 • 10 am

10 am Tree of Life service in the large sanctuary and 10 am All Nations Worship Service in room 4

The Palm Sunday worship service begins with a palm processional, after which we turn our focus toward Holy Week with a reading of the Passion narrative. We will intersperse the reading with hymns.

If you want to participate in the palm processional, please meet in the café prior to the 10 am worship services.

Maundy Thursday, March 28 • 7 pm

Maundy Thursday is a worship service remembering the upper room. We gather around tables in the fellowship space to hear the words of Christ and to break bread.

Good Friday, March 29 • 12:15 pm

Our Good Friday service will be an outdoor prayer walk reflecting on the stations of the cross. Groups will meet at the main entrance of Church of the Servant and then follow the COS nature trail beginning at 12:15 pm. Liturgies will also be available throughout the weekend for those who would like to do the prayer walk at another time.

Easter Sunday Morning, March 31 • 10 am

10 am Prism combined service in the large sanctuary.

Morning worship begins with a procession of flowers to dress the communion table. It is our custom at COS to bring potted plants and flowers from our homes to process in and “dress” the communion table. We will then gather the flowers to brighten the Easter Brunch tables (12 pm) in the fellowship space. You are invited to participate in this tradition. Parents: Children’s Worship and Little Lambs will not be offered Easter morning to allow children and our volunteers to celebrate Easter with their families in the sanctuary.

Following the service, we welcome you to join our annual Easter Brunch. Details:

Wanted: Easter Brunch Goodies

Easter arrives Sunday, March 31st, and COS is celebrating with its high-feast day brunch after Easter service. Here’s how you can help:

If your last name begins with A-E bring some bread, muffins, bars or cookies;
if your last name begins with F-K, bring veggies;
if L-R, bring fruit;
if S-Z, bring something brunchy – deviled eggs, quiche squares, etc.

As you arrive at church, place your food in the cafe on one of the serving tables. Have the food ready to be served (sliced, uncovered, etc.) The ovens and fridge in the kitchen will also be available, as will serving spoons and knives. Enjoy the spectacular worship service; then, head to the cafe to enjoy fellowship. Please contact Amy Sonheim, the 2024 Easter Bruch Coordinator, with any questions.

If you bring flowers for the communion table on Easter, bring your flowers from the front of the church to help “dress” the café tables, then take your flowers home. Thank you so much!

Easter Sunday Evening, March 31 • 6 pm

Evening worship will center on individual testimonies and reflections on the resurrection.