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Los Angeles First United Methodist Church

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Holy Week

The Story of How Much God Loves Us All

Holy Week at Los Angeles FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCh: March 25-April 1

Holy Week is the time just before Easter. This is the time the church tells the story of Jesus's celebration in Jerusalem, betrayal by his Disciples, arrest, trial, crucifixion, death, and resurrection. 

We tell this story each year because it reminds us of how much God loves us. 

We don't believe that this is a story of divine child abuse.

Rather, it's a story about God's willingness to enter into the world in human form, endure the suffering of injustice and oppression, and rise again with death and oppression defeated on our behalf. 

Join us as we remember the reality of suffering and God's love, so deep for us, that God would be willing to suffer alongside us. 

Join us as we celebrate the promise that God is with us, God is for us, and God refuses to be God without us. 


March 25, 10:30 am: Palm Sunday - Songs from Jesus Christ Superstar
March 29, noon: Maundy Thursday - Prayers•Footwashing•Communion
March 30, 7:00 pm: Good Friday - Service of Darkness & Meditation
March 31, 10-12 pm: Holy Saturday - Easter Egg Hunt in Grand Hope Park
April 1, 6:30 am: Easter Sunrise Service at 1020 S. Flower Street
April 1, 10:30 am: Easter Worship Service at 1020 S. Flower Street



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WEEKLY bible study: acts of the apostles

Join us on Monday nights at 7 pm for an in-depth conversation on the Book of Acts. This is a continuation of the Gospel of Luke, and we use our own conversation, doubts, and questions to guide our study. 

Monday Nights, 7-8:30 pm
409 W. Olympic Boulevard
Free parking available in the church lot


March For OUr LIVES- LA: March 24

We will join Florida school shooting victims along with the rest of the country in this historic nationwide call to action. The epidemic of school shootings must end now. Join thousands accross the nation working together to bring these deadly mass shootings to an end.

This march will be led by students, by the youth, by our future leaders.

Gather at 1020 S Flower Street at 8:30 to walk to Pershing Square together, in solidarity with the youth leading the march.