Palm Sunday is the day the church remembers the Triumphal Entry of Jesus – his entrance into the city of Jerusalem on the last week of his life. On that day, Jesus rode into Jerusalem on a donkey as thousands of people lay their coats and palm branches at his feet, declaring him king, and shouting, “Hosanna. Hosanna.”
Our Palm Sunday service, during our weekly Sunday gathering, is a service centered on celebration. In it, we celebrate Jesus’ entrance into Jerusalem through song, prayer, chanting, and waving palm branches. In doing so, we recognize him as the king that has come to set things right for all mankind.
It's awesome to celebrate the Triumphal Entry of Jesus, but as it says in John 12:16, this event can only be understood after his resurrection. We hope you'll celebrate Palm Sunday with us, but we also hope you'll join us in celebration of the event that made it make sense.