GUESTS: JOIN US!

Four Different Services:

7:00am Blended Service (Pavilion)

8:00am Traditional Service (Village Chapel)

9:00am Blended Service (Sanctuary)

10:30am Contemporary Service (Sanctuary)

*Child Check-in is located in the Main Sanctuary Building

FREE BREAKFAST Served All Morning!
Join us in the courtyard outside the sanctuary for a complimentary breakfast!

Fun for the Kids!
Kid’s Programs & special activities at 9:00 & 10:30 services

MEMBERS: Jump In!

INVITE

Grab a stack of invite cards and hand them out, share our Facebook posts online, and invite everyone you know and don’t know to Easter at Grace Park!

WORSHIP & SERVE:

For the last several Easters, our church campus has been an exciting place, full of God’s grace, hosting 100’s of guests from our community. It is a place where dozens of families come to hear the good news once again, many of whom will return and eventually come to call this place Home.  We’re asking everyone to: “Worship an Hour, Serve an Hour” on this special day. You’ll enjoy drawing close to God in worship as well as knowing you are helping others do the same. Remember, this church doesn’t exist for us (believers & members)… it’s for all those who aren’t yet believers!

Easter Meditations

April 3, 2015
Patrick Nix
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Stained-Glass Jesus

Jesus was no more himself than when He hung on the cross as the Savior of the world.  The seven last sayings of Christ revealed seven ‘stained-glass vignettes‘ of the God-man — on display forever in the annals of Christianity. Our view of Jesus would be incomplete had we not seen these very-different portraits of […]

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April 1, 2015
Patrick Nix
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What if…? Easter never happened

What if Christ had not risen from the dead? What if Easter never happened?  1 Corinthians 15:14-19 give us a glimpse of how empty life would be without the resurrection. If Christ is not risen, then we have an empty message. Preachers have nothing to say; there is no such thing as a gospel (good […]

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March 31, 2015
Patrick Nix
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Easter Power

One Easter weekend, our church sent out hundreds of plastic eggs to help our neighbors consider their own existence. Inside, a simple message: “Is your life as empty as this egg?  Ever feel like you’ve got a shiny coat outside – but empty and void on the inside?  Come Sunday & learn why the Empty Tomb […]

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