2022 Holy Week
The True Me
April 17, 2022 • Jay Thomas • Romans 6:1–14
He is Risen! He is Risen indeed! That is the refrain of Easter, as it should be. So, what does that mean for us, today? Often we think about the resurrection as a wonderful truth for the future but in Romans 6, God's Word teaches us that the resurrection (real life, new life, and powerful life) of Jesus is something that is an animating force for us right now, especially in our battle with sin. But, God is not just trying to make us good boy and girls. God is trying to make us like Christ and that is why growing out of sin is not an end to itself, but rather it is a journey toward becoming more like Jesus. How do we appropriate the gospel in this way? Identity. We are to remember and live into our identities and union with Christ, which is so powerful that God has taken Jesus' perfect and final death, burial, resurrection and ruling life and credited that to us. So, who are you? Hint: any answer outside of Jesus is false. You and I are in Christ. Period. And that is power to grow and delight in God, today.
2022 Maundy Thursday
April 14, 2022 • Geoff Grant, Jay Thomas
Maundy Thursday is a beloved evening of song, dramatic reading and communion to reflect on the days leading up to the cross of Christ, specifically his final evening with his disciples before his crucifixion.
2022 Good Friday
April 15, 2022 • Gaby Correa
As CHBC and CHBC en Español have combined services in the past, translating from English into Spanish, our Good Friday service will be another opportunity to worship together, translating from Spanish into English. The Good Friday Service will be an evening filled with song, devotion, reflections and readings on the Cross of Christ, led by CHBCe Minister, Gaby Correa.
2022 Holy Saturday
CHBC Worship Ministry is proud to present the premiere of "The Shepherd Psalms", created by our very own Cale and Shaylee Cohee. The musical work is based on Psalms 22, 23 & 24 exploring the inter-trinitarian dialogue of the passion. We will gather at the home of Ann and Roger Brooks (in Durham).