If you were unable to join us this weekend, you can still watch our Easter Celebration:

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What is Easter all about?
One morning, two thousand years ago, the world’s story changed forever. Friends of Jesus mourned his death. Upon entering his tomb three days later, He wasn’t there. He had risen from the dead. Victory had come. What was good news then is still good news today — Jesus is alive, His Kingdom has come and He cares for and works through His children every day.

What should I wear?
Easter is a celebration…dress for the party! Some wear more traditional Sunday attire, and some folks wear shirts and jeans. We don’t judge by appearances because we know that God is interested in what’s on the inside. We just want you to be comfortable and enjoy the celebration.

Once I arrive, where should I go first or when I have questions?
We hold services in two buildings. Greeters just inside the doors of each building will answer your questions and help you find your place – look for the red lanyards.

The Sanctuary on the south side of the parking lot hosts our 9:30 am Blended Celebration, with a mix of traditional and contemporary music.

 

The Fellowship Center on the north side of the parking lot hosts our 8:30 & 11 am Contemporary Celebrations.  Enjoy today’s best modern christian music led by the SCC Worship Band.

Do you have programs for kids?
On Easter Sunday, we offer a nursery for infants and toddlers and invite everyone else to join us in worship – after all, it’s a family celebration! Check out our Kid’s Ministry and Youth pages for more information our regular programs.

How long is your Easter celebration?
About 60 minutes. You’ll want to arrive a few minutes early to get a good seat and a cup of coffee. You will have a chance to sing or listen to some music, hear some relevant teaching, and connect with God. Watch or listen to past teaching here.

What happens during offering time?
As Christ followers, we give an offering out of love to support God’s work through Sequim Community Church. Many folks simply give online. Guests should not feel obligated to give. Read more here.