John 3:16 NKJV
For God so loved the world that He gave
His only begotten Son, that whoever believes in Him should not perish
but have everlasting life.
Currently, we are editing the film of speakers and performers on The Lord's Day celebration.
When is this day? March 16
What is this day?
The Lord’s Day is a time of remembrance of gratitude for the life given to us as a gift from God the Father. To acknowledge, honor and glorify God the Father and Thank him for sending his only Son Jesus Christ to die on the cross for our sins and for giving us the free gift of eternal life.
It’s a day of thankfulness. Sharing and celebrating the gift of life with our loved ones through honoring and glorifying our Lord. To acknowledge the Lord’s love for us and the importance of bringing him back into our lives. Especially, during challenging times. It gives us comfort to know that unity, hope, and love all still exist through HIM.
How should this day be celebrated or observed?
People can celebrate by showing an act of kindness and love to random people in need. Paying it forward and being a blessing to another. They can also pray, praise and worship together at home and at special events for the Lord.
Who created this day?
This day was founded by
PeaceMakers Production in 2020.
This is an early celebration of the 1st National "The Lord's Day" to Unify, Acknowledge and Glorify our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. The actual day falls on March 16th of every year. We plan to celebrate it earlier so more families and tourists can make it out on Saturday March 13, 2021.
All are welcome to attend this Family Friendly Event to gather at the Lansing's Capitol building.
We will be providing
Free Children's Face/Hand Painting,
(water and Hot cocoa) and
Free Raffle Prizes!
There will also be Music, Performances and Guests Speakers,
Fred Navarro & Mark Drummer
Worship Without Words
Pastor Rosalinda Hernandez
Pastor Jacque McDaniel
Pastor Rick Hernandez
March 13, 2021
Location: 100 Capitol Ave., State Capitol Building, MI
Phone: (517) 373-9617
Time: 12:00 PM to 3:30 PM