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Onsite Worship Sundays at 9:00AM     Children's Sunday School 9:00 am in Randle Hall

New Podcasts Every Sunday                    Adult Bible Study 10:15 in the pastor's office

Update from
The Beach Church!




Upper Room will be celebrating Easter with activities in the Panferio parking lot on April 2, Palm Sunday. Ample parking is available for our service in the other lots, and Upper Room will ensure that handicapped parking is still accessible.

Interfaith Ministries - April Food Pantry Needs

Dry Milk packets

Pasta sauce


Canned vegetables (not green beans) i.e., corn, peas

Ramen noodles

Hamburger/Tuna Helper

Snacks – crackers, peanut butter crackers, Pop Tarts, cookies, etc.

Meats – 1# ground beef, chicken, hot dogs

A Guide to Holy Week


Mark’s Gospel and Holy Week

Mark’s Gospel tracks the events of this week on a daily basis. Place yourself among the disciples and experience the events of Jesus’ last week among us.



“When they were approaching Jerusalem” (11:1 - 11)

“On the following day” (11:12-19)

“In the morning” (11:20-13:37)

“It was two days before the Passover” (14:1-11) 

“On the first day of Unleavened Bread” (14:12-72)

“As soon as it was morning” (15:1-41)

“the Sabbath” (15:42 & 16:1)

“Very early on the first day of the week” (16:2-8)


The Last Week, Marcus Borg and Dominic Crossan:  An historical interpretation of the events of Holy Week that will deepen your understanding and faith.


Death On A Friday Afternoon, Fr. Richard John Neuhaus: Death on a Friday - A spiritual and intellectual exploration of the dark side of human experience with the promise of light and life on the far side of darkness.


What Is Holy Week? 

For many Christians, the week preceding Easter is known as Holy Week. It begins on Palm Sunday and is traditionally a week of intentional reflection on the events preceding Jesus’ death: his triumphant entry into Jerusalem; his betrayal by Judas; his Last Supper with his twelve apostles; his arrest, crucifixion and death; and his burial in a tomb. 


What Is Palm Sunday? 

On Palm Sunday, Christians celebrate Jesus’ procession into Jerusalem, which occurred several days before his death. According to the gospels, the people of Jerusalem spread branches from trees—identified specifically as palm branches in John's gospel—on the road to welcome Jesus as he rode a donkey into the city. Because of this, many Christian churches today offer congregants palm fronds as they enter the church on Palm Sunday. In some denominations, the story of Jesus’ entry into Jerusalem and of his death is read in church on Palm Sunday, juxtaposing the welcome Jesus received on one day with his betrayal and arrest a few days later. 


What Is Holy Thursday? 

On Holy Thursday (also called Maundy Thursday), Christians commemorate the Last Supper—a Passover meal that Jesus shared with his disciples the night before his death. During the meal, Jesus broke bread and offered his followers wine, saying “This is my body, given up for you.” Many Christians consider this event to have been the institution of the Eucharist, which is a sacrament in some denominations. 


What Is Good Friday? 

Christians observe Good Friday (for English-speaking Eastern Orthodox Christians, “Great and Holy Friday”) as the day Jesus was crucified and died. It is the most somber day on the Christian calendar. On Good Friday, some Christians abstain from meat or refrain from food altogether. They may also attend special church services that might include readings from the gospel stories of Jesus' Passion, Jesus' last words, and other Bible passages.


What Is the Triduum? 

For Catholics and some other Christians, the Triduum is the three-day period marking Jesus' death and burial. It begins on Holy Thursday and concludes as Easter begins. Some Christians observe the Triduum by attending a worship service on each day, including a long Easter Vigil service on the night before Easter. 


What Is Easter? 

Easter is the most important Christian holiday, surpassing even Christmas. As a celebration of the day Jesus rose from the dead, Easter symbolizes forgiveness, rebirth, and God’s saving power. Christians view the day as a victory over sin, death, and all destructive forces in people’s lives. 

The Pensacola Beach Women's Club fundraiser held at The Beach Church on March 23 was a huge success, and the church is very grateful for their efforts! Please accept this enormous THANK YOU to everyone involved for their hard work bringing this enjoyable and fruitful event to life!


Easter at The Beach Church

Please join us for Easter!

Maundy Thursday Tenebrae Service, April 6 at 7:00PM

Egg Hunt! Saturday, April 8 at 9:00AM

Sunrise Service at the clamshell on the boardwalk, April 9 at 6:00AM

Easter Worship Service, April 9 at 9:00AM



Allocating your offerings

Thank you for your tithes and offerings to support the operations and mission of our church. If you intend that your offerings be for something specific other than general operations, please send an email to Dale  at (, Subject: Treasurer Offering Detail) so that she can honor your wishes.

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Current events

Easter Eggs Please!

Eggs, eggs, eggs (and candy)!
 It’s time to get ready for the church’s annual Easter Egg hunt, which will be 9 a.m., Saturday, April 8. We need plastic eggs and bags of individually wrapped candy, which can go into the eggs. So throughout March when you are at the store, please pick up a couple of bags of plastic eggs and 1 bag of candy and bring it to the church on Sundays.

Lenten Lunch Discussions

"The Practice of Prayer"

Wednesdays from Feb. 22 - April 5
noon to 1:00 PM
Come to one or all the sessions.

The Beach Church

T-Shirts are available after Sunday worship during the fellowship time in a variety of sizes and colors.



Wednesday April 12th
10:00am to 2:00pm
Holiday Inn Resort Pensacola Beach
14 Via De Luna Dr | Pensacola Beach  

Employers, please post your jobs to the
Employ Florida Job Board
prior to the event!

For more information email 


Continuing Prayers

Jackie Straub


Kurt Spoor


Jason Moris


Linda Furgeson


Family of Dana Word


Don and Becky Stuart

LaRita Reynes


Chuck Randle & Family


Lydia Joyce


Nancy Trout


Ely Jones


 Marilyn Neuforth


Stephanie Massey

Danny and Sherri Gergory


Joyce Knapp


Louise Greenley


Frank and Patricia Jimenez


Isabel Young Figueroa


Al Kalber

Please submit prayer requests to:


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Your support of The Beach Church allows us to

keep moving forward, strengthening our future.


We thank each and every one of you for your continued sacrificial gifts.

Please know that they are extremely meaningful as we reopen,

and they are helping us spread the message of Christ

within our beach community, and surrounding areas.


You've made this possible, and we



See you on Sunday!


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