Easter is a 50 day celebration. This is our most important festival in which we joyfully praise the crucified and risen Christ’s resurrection power. Our worship during Easter encourages us to see and look for the glory of God—raising new life on the other side of dead relationships, withered souls, devastating oppression, and even death itself.
The liturgical colours are gold and white. Gold declares that Christ is king, conquering sin, evil and death. White declares that all things have become new; we are clean and set apart. In Christ, we have been given newness of life and victory over sin and death. This is the hope we seek to experience more deeply in our own lives, and it is the precious message we proclaim.
Below you will find recordings and printable liturgies from Scattered Prayers, our liturgies during this time of being together while apart. Check back each Sunday for a new edition.
We will also be meeting in the Highland Digital Commons and using the following two liturgies intermittently throughout the year.