When are your Easter Services?

We’re having two Easter celebrations on Sunday, March 31 at 9 and 11 am in the Fellowship Center.

Enjoy inspiring and uplifting music with professional musicians and singers, a hope-filled message from the pastor in a warm and friendly environment where everyone is welcome.

What is Easter all about?

One morning, two thousand years ago, the world’s story changed forever.

After 3 years of teaching people about the love of God and calling them to repent, Jesus was arrested by the leaders of his own people and given to the Romans to be crucified – a dreadful, torturous death.  His friends mourned his death and belived all was lost. They hastily buried him in a tomb donated by a rich follower, because it was Passover.

Three days later, the women who followed him returned to the tomb to prepare his body for a proper burial. But his body wasn’t there – angels in the tomb told them Jesus had risen from the dead!

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. Anyone who puts their faith in him will become his child and receive eternal life.

Where do I go when I arrive?

Our Easter worship starts at 9 and 11 am in the Fellowship Center on the north side of our parking lot.  Greeters will open the doors for you, and will answer your questions and help you find your place – look for the red lanyards!

How long is your Easter celebration?

About 75 minutes. You’ll want to arrive a few minutes early to get a good seat! You will have a chance to sing or listen to some music, watch a special drama, hear some relevant teaching, and connect with God. Watch or listen to past teaching here.

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.


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.


When is the Good Friday service?

The Good Friday service starts at 7 pm on Friday, March 29 in the Sanctuary.

This is a sober reflection on the sacrifice Jesus made for us when he was crucified. It lasts about 60 minutes. It’s usually very well attended, so you’ll want to arrive a few minutes early to get a seat.

What is Good Friday all about?

Good Friday commemorates the execution of Jesus by cruficixion – a Roman punishment in which a person was nailed to a cross to die slowly and painfully. The term good means “holy”, because Jesus freely took on this punishment to give his life to win salvation for many.

In memory of this sacrifice, we serve communion at our Good Friday service. We practice open communion, which means that christians from any denomination are welcome to take part.

Good Friday is followed by Easter, the glorious celebration of the day Jesus was raised from the dead, heralding his victory over sin and death and pointing ahead to a future resurrection for all who put their faith in him.

Where do I go when I arrive?

Good Friday worship takes place in the Sanctuary on the south side of the parking lot. Greeters will open the doors for you, and will answer your questions and help you find your place – look for the red lanyards.

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