Before we can enter the joyful celebration of the risen King Jesus on Easter Sunday, we must first reflect on His suffering and crucifixion on Good Friday. For good news to be good, we have to know how bad the bad news is. With this in mind, we encourage you to engage in one or more of the following activities to prepare your heart for resurrection Sunday.

Good Friday Activities

We encourage families with kids and students to check out these engaging and age-appropriate Good Friday resources.

Preschool Elementary Students

Thursday | April 9
7:22PM • 9:22PM

Friday, Saturday & Sunday | April 10, 11 & 12
9:00AM • 11:22AM • 1:30PM • 5:22PM • 7:22PM • 9:22PM

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During our Easter services we will be celebrating communion together. We encourage you to have the elements prepared in advance - grape juice or wine and bread or crackers.

Jesus gave us this meal as a sacred ordinance to be done in remembrance of His broken body and shed blood on the cross. We invite all believers worshiping with us to participate.

Visit the Parent Resources section of our Kids and Students pages for Easter content!

We hope you enjoy our Lent podcast series as we work through some of the miracles of Jesus, looking at how each of these miracles point us to the greatest of all miracles, the resurrection of Jesus Christ from the dead. The podcast is available here and on our mobile app. Episodes released Monday-Saturday until April 11.