New Series at The Church at Creek's End

It was a Red Letter Day. Bloody, beaten, and nailed to a cross, a dying Jesus looked at those around Him and spoke His final words as a man. What did he say? Join us for this five-week series, as we relive Jesus' final hours, and celebrate His ultimate victory on this Red Letter Day.

MARCH 4 – “Why Have You Forsaken Me?”
We are not alone when we feel God has forgotten about us. Jesus felt the same way on the cross. But we can’t forget God’s faithfulness in the past or we will have no hope for the future.

MARCH 11 – “Father, Forgive Them”
Many of us have made a bad choice because someone hurt us – we have chosen not to forgive. But when we embrace the enormity of what Jesus did on the cross, we will discover that it was His way of forgiving us.

MARCH 18 – “I Thirst”
Thirst is a fundamental need. The human body will always respond to the lack of water. Our deepest and most fundamental need is a relationship with God. Yet we attempt to quench that thirst for God with other things. There is only one way to satisfy that thirst.

MARCH 25 – “You Will Be With Me In Paradise”
No matter what you believe or what your religious conviction is – believer, agnostic, atheist, whatever – we all know that someday we are going to die. Yet we live as if it is not true. But Jesus’ last words to an unlikely criminal can give us a new perspective that can change the way we live – and what happens when we die.

APRIL 1 – “It Is Finished”
Jesus did everything that God had sent Him to do. His mission was complete. But the finished work of redemption was the beginning of something – something we celebrate each year, but transforms our lives every single day.