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Echo Church will be holding it's Easter Service at the Pleasant Hill High school on April 20th. There will be two service times offered: 9:30am & 11:00am. We hope you can make plans for your family and friends to come and celebrate the Risen Lord.
Easter is a day set aside for us to celebrate the resurrection of Jesus Christ. For most churches, Easter is the biggest Sunday of the year, and rightfully so. The resurrection of Jesus is arguably one of the most important messages of the Christian faith. If Jesus is dead, then Christianity is dead and those who place their faith and hope in him are “to be pitied” (1 Cor. 15:19).
What is it about Jesus’ resurrection that is so important for Christians? What does Jesus’ victory over death mean for Christians?
It’s a time to celebrate what God has done, is doing, and will do through the death, burial, and resurrection of Jesus Christ for his creation and us. Today, we celebrate with Christians worldwide the wonderful truth of the LIVING Jesus.
This Easter, we invite you to a community-wide celebration about JESUS at the Pleasant Hill High School. As Pastor Shawn Gray looks at how Jesus rose from the grave, we will discover the power of the resurrected Lord in our lives.
Excellent children's programming is available during each experience.
We will be holding two Sunday services: 9:30am & 11:00am
Easter at Echo Church is a free event! We are giving out tickets, but if you haven't gotten yours, don't let that stop you from attending a service or inviting your family and friends! We WILL make room for everyone who attends!
Our challenge to you is to accept the invitation to give an invitation.
Easter is the biggest event on our calendar as a church because it is the biggest event in history. Why not invite someone to join you on Easter Sunday? We should invite someone because Jesus is worthy, and He is worthy to be worshiped. His victory over Satan, sin, and death is worth celebrating. And our neighbors are worth the risk of awkward conversation to invite them to meet the Savior of the world and their only hope.