Holy week 2023

Passion Week has been observed by Christians throughout history for purposes of ministry, reflection, and celebration. We're taking time this week to do all this and more together and you can find details for each day of opportunities below. We hope the sacrificial love and resurrection power of Jesus feels especially near to you this year!

Special Children's Program during Morning Worship followed by Egg Hunt & Lunch!

All Hail King Jesus Praise & Prayer Party With Several Other Area Churches!

The Chosen playing in sanctuary all day

Maundy Thursday Seder Program with Dr. Cami Brubaker

Good Friday interactive dramatic service: Remembering Jesus of Nazareth

Resurrection Sunday Worship Service

Palm Sunday!

10:15a - Morning Worship & Special
Children's Church

11:30a - Indoor Easter Egg Carnival!

12:15p - Gym Picnic Lunch!

6:30p - All Hail King Jesus Praise & Prayer Party!*

*This event is a collaboration between many local churches as we gather in under the name of Christ in unity for worship and prayer over our communities and world. As our second community worship night this year we have rallied around the simple values:

  • Oneness > Onliness: No single church, no single team, no single preacher- just one Lord, one faith, one Spirit binding and leading His people to worship together
  • Everyone with a gift, everyone to receive: we worship together, creed together, pray together, proclaim together, so minister each one to another
  • Simple proclamations: Scripture, Song, Story


Teams from Beulah will be headed out into the community to bless local businesses and other churches with the delight of edible arrangements sponsored by our Women's Ministry! If you'd like to help bring the sweet love of Christ to our neighborhood speak to one of the pastors or call the church office anytime!

Tuesday: SHowing The Chosen Season 3

EpisodeRunning TimeSynopsisStart TimeEnd Time
S3E161Jesus delivers the most life-altering sermon in history. The result? More followers, more enemies, and disciples ready to follow Jesus anywhere. Simon and Eden reunite, Matthew faces his past, and Andrew visits John the Baptist in prison.9:30 AM10:30 AM
S3E270Jesus is a problem for the Romans. With pilgrims from everywhere setting up a tent city at the gates of Capernaum to see Jesus, tensions rise. Jesus officially sends the twelve apostles on an exciting but dangerous mission, causing Little James to ask why he hasn't been healed10:45 AM12:00 PM
S3E353Jesus returns to his childhood home for the big Jewish new year celebration. His childhood friends and family are all buzzing with what they've heard about Jesus... until he tells them the truth of who He is.12:15 PM1:10 PM
S3E458Two by two, the disciples carry out Jesus' mission to heal, cast out demons, and preach his words. But upon returning, they struggle with understanding what happened while Simon and Eden struggle to reconnect.1:30 PM2:30 PM
S3E555As tensions mount at home, Simon and Gaius work together to fix the water problem in Capernaum. Meanwhile, Jairus and Veronica are equally desperate to find Jesus as the only hope for their crises.2:50 PM3:45 PM
S3E671Andrew and Philip discover their previous mission resulted in devastation that will require a return. Simon Z is finally forced to confront his past, but then two disciples of John the Baptist come to Capernaum with an important question for Jesus.4:05 PM5:15 PM
S3E764Andrew and Philip return from their trip with desperate news: they need Jesus' help to solve a huge crisis in the Decapolis. Jesus leads them on a trip to the dangerous region, where they face opposition from all sides. Literally. Meanwhile, John is assigned to bring an angry Simon to Jesus.5:35 PM6:40 PM
S3E899Thousands arrive to first argue with, then listen to Jesus as he preaches. Shmuel and Atticus hear what's happening and journey towards the Decapolis to catch Jesus in the act of a possible revolt. Meanwhile, as the preaching extends to the next day, the disciples realize they have a significant problem: the thousands are hungry, and there's no food.7:00 PM8:40 PM


Teams from Beulah will be heading out to serve communion to those from our church who aren't as mobile as they used to be. If you'd like the pastors or others to share communion with you sometime on Wednesday, April 5, please call the church office to arrange that visit.

Maundy Thursday

The traditional Passover Meal invited participants into a time of reflection on where they'd been in life with God and where it was that He'd promised to take them. Join us at 6:00pm for a special time learning how God's faithfulness is fully demonstrated in Jesus, and how salvation is accomplished through Him!

Please RSVP here before 8:30am on Tuesday 4/4 so we can provide adequate materials! (Note, the form says a google sign-in is required to save form progress, no sign-in is required to submit the form)

A Good Friday Funeral

Our 6:30pm Good Friday service is an original, interactive dramatic service set as a modern funeral for Jesus prior to resurrection. You'll hear from friends and family like Andrew, Lazarus, Mary Magdalene, and enjoy remarks from Nichodemas (Dr. Jon Swanson) among others in their moving tributes and questions.

If you'd like to add to the environment come as you would for a close friend's funeral.

Making TIme,
Going without

Tradition tells us that believers throughout history have often taken the time between Good Friday and Resurrection Sunday to observe the silence and stillness of a world that was once again without a Savior by fasting- leaning into the absence and feeling the void of separation once again- reminding ourselves just how much we need the Lord and making the triumph of resurrection and His return to our midst all the sweeter!

As a church this year we are welcoming the opportunity of going without as well, so that we too may also notice His ever-continuous presence in our lives and our great, daily need all the more. As a church we're observing an Easter Fast from sundown on Good Friday until sunrise on Easter Sunday, but what you may go without is up to you! Some ideas we suggest considering are:

  • Sugar
  • Salt
  • Everything but Water and Broth
  • Data/Wifi on your Smartphone
  • All Screens Everywhere
  • News Shows/Programs
  • Video Games
  • Meat
  • Secular Music
  • Driving

We're also spending time over the entirety of Saturday in prayer for our neighbors, community, nation, and families. You can help us reach that goal by signing up for a prayer slot here!

Resurrection Sunday

Join us for donuts, fruit, and coffee at 9am before our Resurrection Sunday worship service at 10:15! We'll hear all about why this day is the most important day in history and how it can be the most important day in your story too!