Easter @ CrossBridge
We are excited to celebrate the Risen Savior with you either on-campus or online on Easter, April 9, 2023.
How to Prepare Your Heart
- FOR ADULTS
- FOR FAMILIES
- If you need access to RightNowMedia, go here.
- FOR PRESCHOOLERS - KINDER
- FOR ELEMENTARY STUDENTS
- JellyTelly's 5-Minute Family Devotionals: Easter Week
Easter Week Happenings
Easter Block Party
We will not host the Block Party due to weather. However, we hope to see you at the Good Friday Communion Service.
Good Friday Communion Service
- Friday, April 7 | 7 p.m. | Auditorium
Join your brothers and sisters in Christ for a communion service in the Auditorium.
Easter Prayer Room
- Continuously starting Friday, April 7 at 8 p.m.
- Ending Sunday, April 9 at 6 a.m.
- Building A
Each year CrossBridgers come together to pray and worship, starting on Good Friday through Easter Sunday in our Easter Prayer Room.
Easter Services Times
- Sunday, April 9 at 9 a.m., 11 a.m., and 1 p.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
- Pray - Pray for what God wants to do in your life, the work of CrossBridge, and his work in the world.
- Arrive earlier than you would on a typical Sunday morning. Don't worry if you can't find a seat inside, we'll have overflow seating + an outdoor tent.
- Know there's one entrance + one exit on Sunday - Enter CrossBridge on Easter Sunday from Overlook Parkway or 281. All must exit 281.
- Parking is available at Specht Elementary. A minibus will bring you to the CrossBridge campus.
Find the eggs!
Parents, we're hiding 3,000 eggs on the front lawn on Easter morning. Your child is free to bring a bag or basket to collect 10 eggs after each service.
And, cotton candy for all!
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:
- Read the daily passages you'll find here out loud.
- Slow down and pray each verse out loud one at a time. Personalize it and turn it into a prayer back to Jesus.
- 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