Holy Week

Holy Week Worship Services

Holy Week & Beyond Daily Devotional Guide - Coming Soon

We highly encourage you to worship with us throughout Holy Week, as we journey with Jesus from his triumphant entry into Jerusalem, to the cross, to the tomb, and ultimately His triumph over death in the resurrection. Join us. It will change your Easter!

Palm / Passion Weekend, March 24 & 25
Worship Center

  Saturday, March 24

    5:00 PM


Casual - Don't Forget...Pass It On

  Sunday, March 25

    8:15 AM


Traditional - Don't Forget...Pass It On


    9:30 AM


Contemporary - Don't Forget...Pass It On


  11:00 AM


Traditional - Don't Forget...Pass It On

Wednesday, March 28
Grimes Chapel - 6:30 - 7:30 PM

The Chapel will be open for prayer. Pastor Wynn will be present
** NO Wednesday Evening Meal or Wednesday Worship during Holy Week.

Maundy Thursday, March 29

Interactive Maundy Thursday Service for Families and Children
5:45 PM - Room D-305/306
Link to RSVP: www.bethany-umc.org/ministries/children/maundy-thursday-dinner-rsvp

Maundy Thursday Worship Service
7:00 PM - Worship Center

Good Friday, March 30

The church office will close at Noon on Good Friday

Way of the Cross Learning Experience for Children
This is a come-and-go, self-paced event
Fellowship Hall - Doors open 9:30 - 11:00 AM

An opportunity for children (accompanied by an adult) to walk through the stations of the cross.  Printed material is geared for children in elementary through middle school.
Limited Childcare Available.

A Journey Through the Stations of the Cross
This is a come-and-go, self-paced event
Fellowship Hall  - Doors open 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM

An opportunity for self-guided reflection on the stations of the cross. This is a come-and-go,
self-paced event.
Limited Childcare Available.

Tenebrae Service of Shadows
 Worship Center - 7:00 PM

March 31 - NO Saturday Evening Worship Service

Holy Saturday is traditionally a day of quiet meditation as Christians contemplate the darkness of a world without a future and without hope apart from God and His grace. This is the seventh day of the week, the day Jesus rested in the tomb. In the first three Gospel accounts this was the Jewish Sabbath, which provided appropriate symbolism of the seventh day rest.  

Easter Services