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10:30 am | MARCH 31, 2024


No matter what happens in life, there's always a reason to have hope. Because of the Easter Story, you have everything to live for! This Easter as we remember Jesus’ death and celebrate His resurrection, we would love for you to join us. Come discover how the resurrection of Jesus Christ changes everything!

Have Kids? Head to the FAQ's to find out exactly what is being offered for Children's Church!

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Frequently Asked Questions

What should I wear to
Easter Service?

Some people like to dress up for Easter, and some people don't! You're welcome to wear what makes you comfortable.

How early should I arrive?

We would suggest arriving at least 10 minutes before service begins to find a seat and get your car parked!

Where do I park?

If it's your first time at Living Word Church, be sure to find the parking spots labeled: "Guest Parking"  to ensure you get a great spot! 

How long is the Easter service?

Our Easter service will last about 75 minutes! We'll worship together, and hear an incredible Easter message.

Can my kids join me in service?

About halfway through our worship service, we dismiss your children (5 yrs old through 5th grade) along with our children's workers, to go to LWC Kids, but if you'd prefer your children to stay with you during the family service they are welcome to do so!

What is there for my kids?

When your children are dismissed to LWC Kids, they will begin with an epic egg-hunt, a short and impactful Easter teaching focused on Jesus and His resurrection in a way they'll understand, then they will head over with our Children's Ministry Leaders to bounce and play on giant inflatables in the safety and security of our Activities Center.

Is there a Good Friday Service?

Yes! We will be having a Good Friday service on March 29th to remember the death of Jesus Christ. Scroll to find out more information.

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The crucifixion was a dark moment for Jesus' disciples. But 2,000 years later, we commemorate Jesus' death on Good Friday. We call it "good" because we know what Jesus was accomplishing on the cross. His death led to our freedom!

Bring your friends and family, and join us for a Good Friday service on March 29. This is family service, so kids will join us as we reflect on Jesus' sacrifice at the cross and look forward to celebrating His resurrection!


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