Join us for our Easter Service Sunday, April 17th.
Join us for the Easter Worship Service 10:30am as we celebrate the resurrection of Jesus Christ. Our service will include singing, prayer, and an extended time studying the Bible. Following the service, we will have optional refreshments and an Easter Egg hunt for the children.
Easter is a central holiday for Christians because it celebrates the good news, the gospel. Jesus is alive!
For I delivered to you as of first importance what I also received: that Christ died for our sins in accordance with the Scriptures, that he was buried, that he was raised on the third day in accordance with the Scriptures, (1 Corinthians 15:3–4)
If this is your first time visiting with us, we want you to feel comfortable and welcomed. We’ve gathered a list of questions/answers that may be helpful for your visit.
How are you responding to Covid-19?
Please feel free to join us with or without a mask. If you are actively sick or have been knowingly exposed to COVID in the last seven days, we would encourage you to stay home and join us online.
If you have any further questions, please contact us.
Do You Provide Child Care?
We offer nursery for infants—3 year olds. We do have lobby if you are more comfortable attending in the lobby with your children.
We will have an Easter egg hunt following the service.
Learn more about our regular children’s ministries.
What Should I Wear?
Will I Be Singled Out?
No, we won’t call you out publicly in any way. We do our best to create a welcoming environment so that you can interact with God. We regularly have visitors from Liberty, Eden, Huntsville, North Ogden, Ogden, and more!
What Should I Bring?
We study from the Bible, so if you have a personal copy, feel free to bring it with you. If you don’t have one, that’s OK. We have free pew Bibles you can use and then take home!
Will You Ask For Money?
No. We place an offering box in the church lobby for any who would like to give. We occasionally alert our regular attendees to a special need, but visitors should feel no obligation to contribute.