Prayer & Fasting

Communion & Fellowship

The Easter Season

Each spring, Early Christians aligned themselves to the rhythm of Jesus’ death and resurrection — they would pray and fast (death), then they would gather for a communion feast (resurrection).

Years later, Christians began referring to this season as Lent or “lengthen”. As we move from the darkness of winter to the light of spring, our days begin to stretch and get longer. Early Christians saw this season as deeply symbolic as they prepared for Easter — moving from darkness to light. As the days of winter stretch out and transform to days of spring, we are invited to do the same.

When we walk the journey to Easter together in this season we too will stretch and transform, becoming people called out of darkness into His marvelous light.

Getting Started

Begins Monday, March 8

Ends Easter Sunday

Journey to Easter Guide

We put together a guide that will help you experience the Easter season by taking the four weeks leading up to Easter to focus on prayer and fasting (Mon-Friday) and community gatherings (Sat-Sundays). In the guide, we’ll help you choose a fast, learn from a weekly scripture reading, and feast together on the weekends.

Our hope is that this Easter season will create some of the most meaningful moments of your year!

Sign up to download the Journey to Easter Guide below!

Download the Journey to Easter Guide

Use the form to download the guide and sign up to receive weekly reminders. We'll walk you through the rhythm of the Easter season, fasting during the week, and feasting on the weekend together!
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