Sunday, April 9, 7 p.m.; Sanctuary

In 2014, musicians Jesse and Leah Roberts were inspired to write "Golgotha" to help the body of Christ better understand the truth and importance of Jesus’ crucifixion. Complementing the beautiful visual history that surrounds the "Stations of the Cross" tradition, they composed 14 Scripture-based original songs that invite the mind and heart to experience the Savior’s suffering in new ways. With the original music at its core, "Golgotha" uses powerful visuals, God’s Word and guided prayer, to draw people nearer to Jesus.

Since its origin, "Golgotha" has had a widespread spiritual impact on numerous individuals and communities throughout the Lenten season. The Roberts have been blessed to perform "Golgotha" in a variety of settings - from living rooms and chapels, to large churches and auditoriums. Their prayer is that God would continue to use "Golgotha" for his purposes and for the strengthening of his people. The Roberts will also lead worship at 11 that morning.

Child care is not available, but room B-11 will have a live feed of the service and be open for parents with small children.