Spring Consecration Week

Event details

  • Sunday | April 14, 2019 to Sunday | April 21, 2019
  • 11:59 pm - 11:59 pm
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Date(s) - 04/14/2019 - 04/21/2019
12:00 am - 11:30 pm

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  • Spring Consecration – “The Covenant of Promise”
  • April 15th – 21st

“But now hath he obtained a more excellent ministry, by how much also he is the mediator of a better covenant, which was established upon better promises.”  (Hebrews 8:6)

“The Covenant of Promise”

The week leading to Resurrection Sunday is considered a ‘holy’ week for all Christendom as we trace the steps of Jesus Christ that ultimately end with His crucifixion.

But “WHY” is Passion Week so significant and important to all of us? It is essential that we have clarity of understanding, not only for this week, but what the Lord has promised for us in this “Year of ‘God’s’ Accomplishment.”

A covenant (or contract) has been made. God’s given us promises for blessings, but there are yet things we must adhere to, as part of this holy agreement. Fasting, (with prayer, meditation, & study), allows us a clear channel to hear what God is speaking.

The Sanctuary Will Be Open During Office Hours for Prayer & Meditation

Fasting Schedule

  • Monday thru Friday
  • (Remember to always follow all instructions as medically prescribed)


  • From 12 midnight to 4:00pm
  • No Food or Drink


  • From 4:00pm to 12 midnight
  • You May Eat As Normal
  • Only Exception – No Desserts/Sweets


  • Note: The Fast Concludes
  • Friday @ 3:30pm


  • In Addition
  • Minimal Entertainment (TV) & Social Media for the Week Unless Giving Encouragement or Sharing Positive Messages

Schedule for the Week

  • MONDAY (4/15)
  • No Activities


  • TUESDAY (4/16)
  • Corporate Prayer in the Sanctuary
  • 6:00pm – 7:00pm


  • WEDNESDAY (4/17)
  • Feet Washing Service
  • 7:00pm – 8:30pm


  • THURSDAY (4/18)
  • The “Last Words of Christ”
  • Communion Supper
  • 7:00pm – 8:30pm
  • *Pastors, Elders & Ministers: Official Clergy Garb
  • *Deacons: Black or Dark Suits with Red Ties
  • Click Here to worship with us LIVE online


  • FRIDAY (4/19)
  • No Activities


  • “A Jesus Celebration”

Scriptural Assignment



  • Monday – The Noahic Covenant
  • Genesis 9th Chapter
  • 2 Peter 2nd Chapter
  • Revelation 21st Chapter


  • Tuesday – The Abraham Covenant
  • Genesis 12th Chapter
  • Genesis 15th Chapter
  • Galatians 3rd Chapter


  • Wednesday – The Davidic Coventant
  • 1 Kings 9th Chapter
  • Psalm 2
  • John 3rd Chapter


  • Thursday – The New Covenant
  • Jeremiah 31:31-34
  • Matthew 26th Chapter
  • John 1st Chapter
  • Hebrews 8th Chapter


  • Friday – The Covenant of Redemption
  • Psalm 40
  • Isaiah 53rd Chapter
  • John 17th Chapter
  • Romans 3rd Chapter

The Principles of Fasting

The Body

Our Bodies are affected as our diet is changed during a time of fasting, and for some in very dramatic ways. Many men and women experience detoxifying from caffeine, chemicals, and sugar. The symptoms are most often headaches, leg cramps, pain in lower back, fatigue and malaise.

Most people lose weight during the time of fasting. And many report healings from diabetes, allergies, arthritis and cancer.

The Soul

Our Soul is also greatly impacted during a time of fasting. The soul is the seat of our emotions, intellect, personality and will. It is in the ‘soulish realm’ where we experience cravings, frustration, anger… and even happiness. During the fast your soul may very well rebel against the dramatic change in your diet. Winning this battle over the flesh is often one of the most powerful lessons during the fast.

The Spirit

Our Spirit is the born-again part of us that surrenders to God. We become filled with the Holy Spirit when we yield our spirits to Him. During this time of fasting we want to put our spirit in charge of the other two parts of us. When our flesh is acting out with a craving, we take control of it by our spirit.