We invite you to join us this Easter, April 1, 2018 to celebrate all that Jesus did through His death on the cross and His resurrection from the tomb. Come & experience why Easter changes everything… once and for all!
Good Friday Service
7:00pm – Worship in the Pavilion
EASTER SUNDAY WORSHIP
8:00am – TRADITIONAL Service in the Village Chapel
10:30am – MORNING WORSHIP in the Worship Center
*Huge Egg Hunt during the 10:30 service
BREAKFAST Served in the Pavilion!
9:00 – 10:30am ~ Join us for a delicious & complimentary breakfast
Study the Bible with Us – Classes for All Ages
Easter Celebration for the Kids
PARENTS: Please check-in your nursery, pre-K, & elementary-aged children!
We realize that visiting a new church can be a bit unnerving… so we hope that some of these answers will set you at ease.
What should I wear?
We don’t have a dress code. The Bible never even hints that we need one! We want you to dress as you feel is appropriate; some wear jeans, others dress up. What’s important is that you wear clothes and that you’re there!
What about my kids?
Our children’s program is killer! We’ve got top-notch volunteers who will care for your littlest ones in a safe, clean, fun environment (infants & toddlers). Our Pre-K program is staffed with trained workers who will make learning about Jesus fun and exciting with songs, crafts, and engaging lessons. Elementary-aged children are invited to jump into Children’s Church – a loud and fun, immersive church worship experience especially for kids. Teens should join their parents during worship.
Where should I park? Which entrance should I use?
Feel free to enter using the Sage Road or Hester Drive entrances. For the early service (8:00am), we encourage you to use the North lot nearest the white Village Chapel. Both the North and South lots are available for the main worship service at 10:30am. If this sounds confusing, don’t worry – we’ll have greeters out and about to help you find your spot!
If you still have questions, let us know…
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