Lent & Easter Resource Guide for 2024

Lent is a period of spiritual reflection, repentance, and preparation that spans forty days, excluding Sundays, leading up to Easter. Beginning on Ash Wednesday (February 14) and concluding on the Saturday before Easter Sunday, Lent mirrors the forty days Jesus spent fasting in the wilderness.

TBC invites you to enter the season of Lent by asking the Holy Spirit to draw us closer to Christ and shed the self-centered aspects of our identity while embracing a spirit of surrender.

Below, you'll find a calendar and devotional resources to help you or your family journey from Lent to Easter Sunday with intentionality. Join us in loosening our grip on worldly pursuits, surrendering all that we are at the foot of the cross, and finding our confidence in the hope that springs from Jesus' triumph over death.

Calendar of Events


ASH WEDNESDAY | February 14
Ash Wednesday marks the beginning of Lent in the Christian liturgical calendar. It is an invitation to reflection, repentance, and preparation for Resurrection Sunday.

  • At TBC: Women's Lent Worship Night | Feb 12 (Details)

PALM SUNDAY | March 24
Palm Sunday is the first day of Holy Week. It commemorates Jesus Christ's triumphal entry into Jerusalem and the waving of palm branches to symbolize his arrival as a humble king.

  • At TBC: Join us for worship at 9:30 or 11:00 a.m.

Maundy Thursday commemorates the Last Supper of Jesus Christ with his disciples, focusing on the rituals of foot washing and communion.

  • At TBC: Maundy Thursday Interactive Experience (Details)

GOOD FRIDAY | March 29
Good Friday solemnly observes the crucifixion of Jesus Christ, reflecting on his suffering and death, and is a day of fasting and reflection for Christians.

  • At TBC: We invite you to take part in a churchwide fast from the evening of Maundy Thursday to the evening of Good Friday. Break the fast Friday evening with your community group and a good meal.

Holy Saturday is the last day of Lent. It is a day of contemplation and waiting between Good Friday and Easter Sunday, symbolizing the time Jesus spent in the tomb.

Easter Sunday celebrates the resurrection of Jesus Christ from the dead, marking the pinnacle of the Christian liturgical calendar and symbolizing hope, renewal, and victory over death.

  • At TBC: Sunrise and Easter Services (Details)