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We’ve posted our Lenten Trilogy online. We hope you will choose to use them as part of your Holy Week devotions. Feel free to share these links with your congregations or on social media!
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Footsteps to the Cross
Footsteps to the Cross – Part 1 of Koiné’s Lenten Trilogy. Walk with Jesus from the Mount of Transfiguration to Mount Calvary as Koiné presents a musical passion play of hymns, scriptural narration, and dazzling multimedia.
On Good Friday, the Church remembers the crucifixion of her Lord. Traditionally this day has been marked with a Tenebrae service. Tenebrae means “darkness” or “shadows.” While solemn, it is not a message of gloom, but a service of adoration to the Son of God as he offers up his life as the Lamb of God.
Our service is an adaptation of the historic Tenebrae service told through scriptural narration, music, and video.
The Vine and Branches
Lent has offered us the opportunity to walk with Jesus from his Glory revealed in the Transfiguration, to his glory hidden when he was disfigured and nailed to the cross. Though the season may make us blue, its purpose is to have us long for that first glimpse of life on Easter morning.
As we trudge through the dead faith and decay of blind scoffing, sleepy disciples, a betraying friend, and brutal abuse, we know Jesus went through all of it for us that we might be grafted into the Vine that sprouted from the empty tomb.