“He is Risen. He is Risen Indeed.” That is the great hope that has been echoed by Christians throughout the ages. Our Savior is risen. This is a hope that goes beyond the present circumstances of this life–you have life in a risen Savior and King. Because Christ is risen, you too are risen if you are in Christ, and you have the unshakable confidence that your body will be raised up to glory at the last day.

This Lord’s Day at River City Reformed, we will meet for worship at 9 AM and consider the resurrection account detailed in John’s Gospel (John 20:1-31). Here we will consider our Savior’s victory and triumph over sin and death, and we will also see the compassion He shows to Mary Magdalene and His disciples. All this, along with everything else in the Gospel of John, is written “so that you may believe that Jesus is the Christ, the Son of God, and that by believing you may have life in his name.” (from John 20:31).

Following worship we will have a fellowship brunch at the Ritcheys’ home, and you find the address in this week’s worship bulletin. Please consider bringing a dish to share.

This Lord’s Day evening we will meet for prayer meeting at 6:15 PM, and during that time we will also consider what the Westminster Shorter Catechism teaches us about our resurrection hope.

If you do not have a church home, please join us this week at 9820 W Markham St (the sanctuary of Faith United Methodist Church). For more information, click here, or contact us. You can also watch our service on YouTube with a link posted to our Facebook page. We hope to see you this Easter.