Before Easter Sunday, before Good Friday, before Maundy Thursday, Christians of different churches and denominations will be gathering on Monday, March 21, at the Capitol to proclaim our salvation is not found in presidents and kings, but in the King of Kings, the Lord Jesus Christ.
And you are invited to the west steps of Capitol (or indoors, if the weather is bad) for a time of public prayer, worship, and a message to refocus our hearts on the Lord Jesus Christ and remember what He ultimately did for us.
This Monday service will help Iowa start Holy Week off right and help the Capitol community reflect on Christ’s purchase of freedom for us all, once and for all, from sin and death. It is a message that transcends time, culture, class, and everything that divides us. It reminds us that no matter who we are, what we do, and where we live … we are all in need of Jesus’ saving grace.
Holy Week Service at the Capitol
- Hosted by If 7:14, a prayer initiative of The FAMiLY LEADER
- Worship music, prayer, and a message by Pastor Mike Housholder
- Monday, March 21
- 11:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.
- West steps of the Iowa State Capitol (alternative location inside for inclement weather)
- Speakers: Mike Housholder, Lutheran Church of Hope, & Bob Vander Plaats, The FAMiLY LEADER
For more information as it becomes available, including a bulletin insert you can pass out at your church, inviting others to come, visit the Holy Week Service at the Capitol event page.
And for more about If 7:14 and the free phone app that is uniting Christians in a global rhythm of prayer for revival, visit www.if714.org today!