Join us for either the 8:30 am or 11:00 am service (identical services) and don’t miss our church-wide Easter party in between! C3 KIDS will have Nursery / Preschool classes open during both services, and special Easter goody bags for all Elementary students.

First time with us? Welcome! Wear whatever feels comfortable, park in the front, and you’ll be warmly greeted at the door. At our Information Center in the front Narthex / Lobby, members of our Hospitality Team will be happy to help you find your way around the building and can assist you with information about activities on Sundays and throughout the week.

Friends, family, music, and laughter – join us for one of our favorite gatherings with thousands of cookies and treats throughout the church! Photographers will be in different spots around the church throughout the party taking free family photos. Join us at 10:00 am, between the services.

HEY KIDS! You’re invited to make a special Easter hat! Make it big, colorful, silly – have fun! Homemade creations highly encouraged, or visit our Easter Hat Creation Station, open at 10:00 am. Prizes awarded to the students with the most creative hats. Meet in the Event Center at 10:20 am to join the parade.

Bring a special flower with you to church and add it to our Flowering Cross, constructed on the front lawn all morning. Stop by before, after, or in between the services to add your flower and see the cross.

Join us for this beautiful, intimate Maundy Thursday Communion Service in the Narthex with songs, readings, and prayers, remembering the Lord’s Supper. All ages service: no children’s programming offered during the service as children are welcome to attend.

Experience an interactive journey through the last week that Jesus walked the earth. Experience the sights, sounds, smells, and tastes as you retrace the journey toward the cross and the resurrection. Across our campus, tents are set up as stations depicting Christ’s last days – featuring Jesus entering Jerusalem, the Last Supper, foot washing, Judas’ betrayal, the Garden of Gethsemane, Pilate, Simon, casting lots and crown of thorns, Golgotha, and the empty tomb!!

The Resurrection Trail is suitable for all ages – children welcomed and encouraged! This is a great way to prepare your heart for Easter and watch your kids experience the story hands on.

The trail opens at 9:30 am at Christ Community Church and continues until 11:30 am. Free and open to the public.

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From Latin, TENEBRAE means shadow, or darkness.

Join us for this special evening service, with readings and songs by candlelight. Asking all to enter in silence, we will read the gospel accounts of Jesus’ betrayal, denial, sentencing, crucifixion, and burial. This year, we’re pleased to welcome Andrew Peterson, with songs from Resurrection Letters: Prologue.

*Nursery / Preschool classes offered during the service. C3 Families: please RSVP to Becky Clark to help us get a headcount for Nursery / Preschool.

Singer-Songwriter and recording artist Andrew Peterson will be performing selected songs from his recent album, Resurrection Letters: Prologue.

The Seven Last Words of the Cross, as they’re traditionally known, are the seven phrases Jesus uttered on the cross as recorded in the Gospels. Countless sermons, musical pieces, and books have been written about them over the centuries. We wanted Resurrection Letters: Prologue to open with a meditative song that not only included each phrase but also mirrored a liturgical Holy Week service called ‘Tenebrae.'” – Andrew Peterson