7:00 pm (Spanish)
6:00 am Sunrise Service
12:45 pm (Spanish Service)
Children’s programming available for the 9:00 am and 10:45 am services
When Easter comes around we often do things that seem a little “upside down.” For example, we celebrate this season by looking for eggs that the Easter bunny hides, even though bunnies don’t naturally lay eggs. Also, the Friday before Easter is called “Good Friday,” even though it’s a day about death. These traditions seem a little “upside down.” The first Easter was revolutionary, completely unexpected, and turned the world “upside down.” We invite you to join us, as we look at the day that changed our outlook on everything.