Easter Easter

Jesus didn’t come to start a new religion. He came to introduce us to a new relationship.

During the Easter season, we reflect on the death of Jesus Christ and celebrate His resurrection. The death and resurrection of Jesus is the most foundational aspect of Christianity.

We believe every human being is born with a sinful nature. You don’t have to go far in our world to find stories of lying, cheating, theft, murder, rape, molestation, and injustice. Even if we try to be “good,” our “good” is never good enough because none of us can be perfect.

But fortunately, we don’t have to be perfect! Jesus Christ died on the cross to pay the penalty for our sins, and He rose to life again to defeat the power of sin and shame.

Join us this Easter season as we reflect on the death of Jesus during our Good Friday service and celebrate His resurrection with us on Easter Sunday!

What to Expect

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For Good Friday service, our Kid’s Ministry will be available for ages birth-pre-k.

During Easter services, BAC Kids will be available for birth-5th grade.

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BAC Students is for grades 6-12 and they meet on Sundays at 5 pm.

Students will not meet Easter Sunday but are invited to join us the following Sunday, April 16!

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All Easter services (Friday, April 7 at 7 pm, Sunday, April 9 at 9 & 11 am) will be available to watch live. Click here to join church online or you can also watch on Facebook Live or our YouTube Channel.
During the Good Friday service, BAC Kids will be available for birth-pre-k. On Easter Sunday, BAC Kids will be available as normal for ages birth-5th grade. To learn more about our Kids Ministry, visit our kids page.
Our service will last about 60 minutes and incorporates live music and a message from God’s Word. Want to see what a typical service is like? Go here to watch previous services.
Whatever is comfortable for you! Some like to dress up, while others prefer to wear jeans and a t-shirt. We think you’ll fit in no matter what you wear!
Fill in the blank with whatever fear you have about being accepted: divorced, a single parent, broke, an addict, a skeptic, etc. Everyone is welcome here!