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Easter @ CrossBridge

We are excited to celebrate the Risen Savior with you either on-campus or online on Easter, April 4, 2021.

How to Prepare Your Heart

Staying Healthy + Safe As You Attend Easter Events

CrossBridge lovingly supports all our attendees and is so thankful you've chosen to celebrate Jesus with us. On Easter Sunday, we offer three gatherings:

  • 8:30 a.m. (Mask mandatory)
  • 10 a.m. (Current mask protocol)
  • 11:30 a.m. (Current mask protocol)
The 8:30 a.m. gathering is for those who feel more comfortable and safe wearing masks and staying socially distanced. Masks are required for those ages 10 and up from bumper to bumper (from the time you enter the building to the time you return to your vehicle.) We ask that each person maintain social distancing by keeping distance from those not in their households.

 

The 10 a.m. and 11:30 a.m. gatherings will maintain our current mask protocol, meaning masks:
  • are required as you enter and exit the building,
  • can be pulled below your nose during worship,
  • and removed during the service.

All seating will be available for these gatherings as no seats will be blocked.

For all three gatherings, we offer an outdoor experience. Complete with live hosts, a big screen, outdoor seating, and good weather, you can experience the worship and preaching via live stream while on-campus. This is the perfect option for those who prefer to worship outside!
Overflow seating for all three gatherings will be outdoors and/or Buildings A + B.

Best Practices for Easter Morning

1. Pray - Pray for what God wants to do in your life, the work of CrossBridge, and his work in the world.
2. Be aware of our mask policy - The 8:30 a.m. gathering is mask-mandatory for anyone 10 years old and up. The 10 a.m. and 11:30 a.m. gatherings follow our current mask policy, which you can find on the Easter page of our website.
3. Know there's one entrance + one exit on Sunday - All those attending CrossBridge on Easter Sunday should enter from Overlook Parkway. All must exit 281.

Easter Week Happenings

Good Friday Block Party

  • Friday, April 2 at 5:30 p.m. | Outdoors

Join us for our second-ever outdoor Good Friday Block Party where you'll experience community and remember the day our Savior died on the cross.

FOR THE KIDS
Egg hunt
Balloon artist
Face painting

FOR THE ADULTS
Minute-to-win-it games
Dunk tank (You won't be dunked; you'll get to do the dunking!)

FOR ALL
Free food
Worship
A brief message

TIPS
1. Bring a lawn chair or blanket as provided seating is limited.
2. Follow the instructions of the parking volunteer. They're a CrossBridger just like you!
3. Instead of dropping people off, park together and use one of the free shuttles.
4. If you're coming from 281 north, please use the 281 exit to bypass Overlook Parkway back-ups.

Easter Prayer Room

  • Continuously starting Friday, April 2 at 8 p.m.
  • Ending Sunday, April 4 at 6 a.m.

Each year CrossBridgers come together to pray and worship, starting on Good Friday through Easter Sunday in our Easter Prayer Room. The Easter Prayer Room is also available online here: 

Easter Services Times

  • Sunday, April 4 at 8:30 a.m. (Masks required for those 10+), 10 a.m., 11:30 a.m. 

Worship with us online or on-campus as we celebrate the risen Jesus! Our gatherings will stream on Easter Sunday on these platforms: 

If you have trouble streaming on one platform, please try another.

Best Practices for Easter Morning

1. Pray - Pray for what God wants to do in your life, the work of CrossBridge, and his work in the world.
2. Be aware of our mask policy - The 8:30 a.m. gathering is mask-mandatory for anyone 10 years old and up. The 10 a.m. and 11:30 a.m. gatherings follow our current mask policy, which you can find on the Easter page of our website.
3. Know there's one entrance + one exit on Sunday - All those attending CrossBridge on Easter Sunday should enter from Overlook Parkway. All must exit 281.

Easter Reading Plan

Father God's desire is that you experience the wonder and power of His glorious death and resurrection this Easter. He came, He died, He arose, He ascended, and He's coming back!

Here's how you can get the most of Holy Week:

  1. Read the daily passages you'll find here out loud.
  2. Slow down and pray each verse out loud one at a time. Personalize it and turn it into a prayer back to Jesus.
  3. Read the text for the devotional found here and answer the question.

"And I continually long to know the wonders of Jesus more fully and to experience the overflowing power of his resurrection working in me. I will be one with him in his sufferings and I will be one with him in his death. Only then will I be able to experience complete oneness with his in his resurrection from the realm of death." - ‭‭Philippians‬ ‭3:10-11‬ ‭TPT‬‬ 

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