The Last 24 Hours
Join us Easter weekend for the culmination of the last 24 hours of Jesus’ life.
Good Friday, April 7 / 3pm On Good Friday, we’ll move through the final hours of Jesus’ life, as we sit in the agony of his death, and wonder why this matters. Kids up to Grade 5 will enjoy an age-appropriate program at Lakeside Kids. Children can check-in and head straight into Lakeside Kids. If you’re new to Lakeside, you can pre-register your kids here (you will still need to pick up name tags when you arrive). Jr High students will remain with their families in the service.
Easter Sunday, April 17 / 10am He is risen! It’s a day for celebration. This morning’s service will include an Easter choir, baptisms, and communion. Kids and youth will remain with their families as we celebrate together! Little ones can pick up an activity clipboard at the entrance to the auditorium.
24 Hours that Changed the World
What did your last 24 hours look like? Maybe you woke up, had breakfast, hit the gym, got the kids off to school, cleaned the house, picked up groceries, spent the day in meetings, and then gave the kids a bath, read a book, and settled on the couch for a little Netflix. There are any number of possible ways you could have spent your last 24 hours, and a plethora of emotions that go along with those seemingly menial tasks. For Jesus, it started with a meal with friends and time in prayer, followed by betrayal, accusation … and death.
As we head into Easter, we invite you to journey with us through the last 24 hours of Jesus’ life in a series based on Adam Hamilton’s book, 24 Hours that Changed the World. If you’re interested in learning more, click on the button below to view videos exploring the powerful events leading up to the crucifixion and resurrection.