This Sunday, March 31 • 6:30, 8, 9:30, & 11am
Traducción Español at 11am • Live Stream at 9:30 & 11am

In response to the wonder of Jesus' resurrection and victory over death and the grave, Easter stands alone as the most joyful, boisterous day we observe each year.

Easter services are "Family Services," meaning that there will be no Park Kids classes; children will stay with their families to worship together (resources for kids are provided). We do this on church holidays to remind us that we are not merely a church of adults!

Easter Celebration

8:30am–12:30pm • Masonic Center Lawn

Bring a picnic blanket and join us for as much as you'd like! Our Easter Celebration starts before the 8am service and runs until the after the 11am service concludes. We'll feature good coffee (on us), good food from food trucks (for purchase), games for adults and kids, and lots of opportunity to spend time with others.

If you're new to Park Church or inviting someone to join us for the first time, we hope this will be a relaxed, joyful space to make some connections before or after service.

Easter Sunday Baptisms

Baptism commemorates our new life in Christ and entrance into His spiritual family. If you are a follower of Jesus and have not been baptized, please talk with us and consider being baptized on Easter Sunday! Click here to get started.

Parking Cars

Before each service on Sunday, more than a hundred of our cars must find a spot in our neighborhood. This number more than doubles on Easter Sunday! While we take immense joy in this gathering of friends and family, we don't want it to be at the expense of Park Church's physical neighbors. For this reason, please consider the following when you park a car at the Park Church building on Sundays:

  1. Street parking is ideally not for Park Church. Our area is not designed to accommodate this volume of street parking. Although we are legally allowed to park on the street, doing so consumes all parking for local residents and their guests for most of the day. Neighbors have expressed frustration at this many times over the years.
  2. The large parking lot at the Masonic building is reserved for Park Church. Our generous neighbors at this building have offered their high-capacity lot to us on Sundays. We're so grateful to have this resource. You can cross Federal at several places, but the safest option is the signalized crosswalk at 35th. Have young kids? Keep reading.
  3. The small lot directly across 37th from the Park Church building is reserved for families with young children and those with accessibility needs.

Thank you for helping us consider our neighbors!

Easter Volunteering

Easter means a lot of celebration at Park Church! It also means a lot of new people, a lot of details, and a lot of unique volunteering needs. Some of these things include welcoming, set-up, and tear-down at both the services and our celebration (learn more about that above!).

If you may be able to help at any point on Easter Sunday, please use the button below to let us know!

Help on Easter Sunday

Holy Saturday Easter Preparation Day

Saturday, March 30 • 12–3pm

You and/or your Gospel Community are invited to join us as we ready our building for hospitality on Easter Sunday. There are many ways to help and no special skills needed. Please RSVP here.

Easter Celebration Help

In addition to our Easter Services at the Park Church Building, we'll also be celebrating Jesus together across the street on the Masonic Center Lawn most of the morning! Please RSVP here to help.

Good Friday

Happened Friday, March 29