Prepare for Easter

Our journey through Lent began with Ash Wednesday as we began preparing our hearts and minds for the Easter celebration.

Plan Your Visit

An artist begins with a blank canvas, full of possibility. Easter is like that fresh canvas, and we are God’s work of art.

Maybe it’s been a while since you’ve been to church — that’s okay. No matter where we’ve come from or how hopeless we feel, through the resurrection we can become a new creation and experience a life filled with hope and love.

Church of the Resurrection welcomes you to celebrate Easter with us and explore the possibilities of a new life.

Easter Worship

  • Saturday, April 20: 2 pm & 5 pm
  • Easter Sunday, April 21: 8 am, 9:30 am, 11:15 am, & 5 pm

Holy Week Activities

  • Maundy Thursday: April 18, 7 pm
  • Good Friday Day of Prayer: April 19, 7 am – 7 pm
  • Easter Egg Hunt: April 20, 3:30 pm (see details)

Lenten Study

Our journey through Lent began March 6 with Ash Wednesday, as we prepare our hearts and minds for the Easter celebration. Each week, we experience together...

  • Daily devotions and practices
  • Weekly interactive readings for individuals, families and small groups (download the booklet here)

Join us as we focus on “5 Essential Practices of the Christian Life: Worship, Grow, Serve, Give and Share,” as part of Vision 2030: Closing the Spiritual Gap.

Easter Offering Grant

In the spirit of Easter hope, our weekend worship offering will support Church of the Resurrection’s annual Community Transformation Award. Two grants, totaling $100,000, will fund community projects to provide education, counseling, treatment, and resources aimed at suicide prevention along with other services for individuals and families dealing with loss from suicide.

An $80,000 grant will further catalyze the initiatives developed by a coalition of six school districts in Johnson County in conjunction with the Johnson County Mental Health Center. Funds will support community mobilization, student-led initiatives, training and resources aimed at prevention, anti-bullying, removing stigmas, dealing with mental health and addiction.  A second $20,000 grant will provide suicide prevention education and support resources through Resurrection’s congregational care efforts.