Join us this weekend for one or all of the things we have planned. Reflect with us on the new life we have all been given through the sacrifice Jesus made.. Connect with us for some family fun at our annual egg hunt. Grow with us as we walk forward seeking personal God's plan for our lives.

Eggcellent Egg Hunt

April 16th


Lake High School Gym
for kids ages 0 - grade 5

Rain or Shine as it is INDOORS! Thousands of eggs and lots of prizes!! Bring your own Easter basket to collect eggs. Who will you invite?

Get a little more info HERE and a peek at the fun!

Good Friday

April 15



Tonight we will be remembering Christ's sacrifice for us. If you are unable to be on campus with us tonight, please join us online. If you are going to watch online, know that we will be celebrating communion. You may want to gather juice and bread, or whatever you have available at home, to take communion with us.  

Watch ONLINE HERE (link will be live April 15)

Childcare available for infants through Pre-K

Register for childcare HERE - open now!

Good Friday – Day of Darkness

The last 24 hours of Jesus’ life on earth were unlike any other day. He spent quality time with his closest friends and left us a ceremony of remembrance to embrace. He endured an unjust arrest, trials and conviction of crimes that were not his to own. And he suffered unimaginable pain in an execution that paved the way for our future. It was a Day of Darkness and we must remember it in order to see the victory ahead.

Easter - Sunday

April 17

8:30am  |  10:00am  |  11:30am


Watch ONLINE HERE (Link will be live April 17)

Children's Ministry (Ages 0 - 5th Grade) will take place during all three services

Registration open through Saturday, April 16 HERE

Easter – Seeing is Believing!

We live in a culture and we are a people who love to see proof. In order to believe something is true, we want the hard, verifiable evidence. The same was true in the days of Jesus. People wanted to see in order to believe. When news first broke that Jesus was no longer in the tomb, the disciples ran to see it with their own eyes because they couldn’t believe it without seeing it. And yet, in one of his post-resurrection appearances Jesus challenges an apostle to “believe even though we cannot see”.  Still today, that challenge is what we all must wrestle with in order to believe.