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April 9, 2023

9AM & 11AM In-person & 11AM Online

Come celebrate Easter with us in person or online. You’ll experience a welcoming atmosphere, a powerful worship experience, a message of hope and fun activities for families at our Easter Fest.

Easter Fest

There will be tons of fun at our Easter Fest following each service (10:15-10:50 and 12:15-1:15) – inflatables, a rock climbing wall and a ride along train; plus free hotdogs, popcorn and shaved ice. It will be a blast for everyone!

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Kids & Youth

We have something special lined up for you and your family this Easter. Classes will serve kids 1 year to 5th grade during both services, and we will have a special service for middle and high schoolers during our 11 AM service.

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Campus Luncheon

College students have always been an important part of our ministry at King's Park. We trace our beginnings to the college campus! If you're a student, we would love to meet and serve you during this significant season of your life.

If you are a college student, we’re inviting you to join us for a special Campus Luncheon after the 11 AM service on Easter Sunday. 

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At King's Park, we baptize followers of Christ as an outward display of the inward transformation that occurs when they receive Christ as their Lord and Savior. We baptize according to the scriptures, in the name of the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit – in the name of Jesus.

Our next set of baptisms will take place on Easter during our 9 AM and 11 AM services! If you would like to get baptized, then you can register below.


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Good Friday

In preparation for Easter and the celebration of Christ's resurrection, join us on Good Friday to remember Christ's crucifixion. The Good Friday service will be a time of scripture reading, singing and communion.

The service will be in the sanctuary and streamed online from 6:30 PM.


What is Easter?

he was crucified

Sometimes called Resurrection Sunday, Easter is a celebration of God bringing Jesus back from the dead after He was crucified by the Romans. It helps us remember that Jesus did not remain dead; He rose from the dead, proving His claims that He is the Son of God and the Savior of the world.

he conquered sin & death

His resurrection is proof that His death was not an ordinary death because Jesus actually died for our sins. It is also proof that Jesus conquered sin and death and has given us access to a new, loving relationship with God and a life empowered by the Holy Spirit, if we trust in Jesus.

he gave us eternal life

His resurrection is also proof that after we die, God will also raise us up and give us new everlasting bodies like Jesus. The Resurrection is the hope and certainty of our faith as Christians. 

Invite Your Family & Friends

Let your close ones know that you are coming to Easter at King's Park on social media. Select one of the images below by clicking and downloading it and then post it!