Palm Sunday

A Message From Our Pastor

Christ is King!

God’s Word tells us the people cut palm branches and waved them in the air and laid them on the ground before Jesus as He rode into Jerusalem. The palm branch represented goodness and victory and was symbolic of the final victory He would soon fulfill over death. Palm Sunday reminds us that the reign of Christ is far greater than any the mind of man could ever conceive or plan. Join me THIS Sunday for a special Palm Sunday worship service and Holy Communion. I’ll be sharing a NEW Message entitled, “The Paradox of Power”.

Invite your family and friends to join you for Metropolitan’s Maundy Thursday Worship Service on Thursday, April 1, 2021 at 7 PM ET. We are honored to host a joint service with the historic Shiloh Baptist Church of Washington, DC, and to have Shiloh’s Senior Pastor, Dr. Wallace Charles Smith, as our guest preacher. You may view the service via our Facebook page, our website, or on Zoom.

As the Lenten Season comes to a close next week, I encourage you to choose to focus on worshipping our Lord, thanking Him for the gift of His sacrifice, celebrating the power of the Resurrection, and the new life found in Him alone: Grace. “Thanks be to God for His indescribable gift!” 2 Corinthians 9:15

Grateful for His Sacrifice,

Pastor Watson

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