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Easter Services

Easter Services


March 31


Willingdon Church

4812 Willingdon Ave.
Burnaby BC V5G 3H6

Join us for Our Easter Services.
We want to invite you to be part of Easter at Willingdon Church.

March 31st - Easter Sunday - 8:30am, 10:00am, 11:45am

Join us for our regular service times 8:30am, 10:00am, 11:45am as we will celebrate Easter with the Willingdon Easter Choir. Please invite family, friends and guests who need to hear the message of hope as we strive to understand the necessity of Jesus’ suffering, death, and resurrection.
We will be finishing our series "At Cross Purposes" examining "What should we do when God’s plan for our lives does not match ours?", with the courage that comes from the hope in the Cross of Christ.

Kids and Students
There will be regular Kids' program & Nursery on Easter Sunday at 10am & 11:45am, on the lower floor of the church.
Junior and senior High students will attend service upstairs with their families and friends.

10:00am: Cantonese, French, Korean, Mandarin, Portuguese
11:45am: Cantonese, Farsi, Korean, Mandarin, Russian, Spanish

Easter Sermon Series: At Cross Purposes
The Gospel of Mark wrestles with the question "why Jesus had to suffer and die?" The book ends dramatically in this way: “And they went out and fled from the tomb, for trembling and astonishment had seized them, and they said nothing to anyone, for they were afraid” (Mark 16:8). The women were confused and ran from the tomb with fear. And they were not the only ones to be confounded by the crucifixion of Jesus. All of the disciples abandoned Jesus and fled (Mark 14:50). His arrest, crucifixion, and death made no sense to them. At the cross, the only one who comes close to understanding is the Roman centurion who declares, “Truly this man was the Son of God!” (Mark 15:39). Why all the confusion? Turns out the disciples had a very different vision of who the Messiah should be and how he should establish his reign. God’s plan did not match theirs.

Have we understood the necessity of Jesus’ suffering, death, and resurrection?
What should we do when God’s plan for our lives does not match ours?

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