Easter is Only the Beginning

Jesus was condemned by the religious elite, killed, and buried in a tomb. Three days later, he walked out of his grave and as a result the world changed forever. But that's not the end of the story. The story continues with you.

Whether you've heard the Easter story dozens of times or not at all, we hope you'll join us to meet Jesus wherever you are: filled with sorrow or grief, working through doubt, or celebrating in his resurrection.

Service Times

Hudson Campus
Saturday, Apr. 20 // 4 + 5:30 p.m.
Sunday, Apr. 21 // 8:30, 10* + 11:30* a.m.
*also available at The Block (no childcare)

Aurora Campus
Sunday, Apr. 21 // 9:30 + 11 a.m.

Highland Square Campus
Sunday, Apr. 21 // 9 + 10:40 a.m.

I Am Interactive Experience

Apr. 18 + 19 // Times Vary (at the Hudson Campus)

Join us for an interactive art experience during Holy Week where you will use all of your sense to reflect on and experience Jesus’ I Am statements in a new way.

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Good Friday Services

Fri., Apr. 19

Hudson Campus at 6 + 7:30 p.m.  //  Aurora Campus at 7 p.m.
Walk through the day Jesus was betrayed, arrested, put on trial, crucified and buried. A day that his friends, followers, and disciples all believed hope was lost. While we know good news will come on Easter, it’s important to remember the day we thought we lost Jesus so that we can properly celebrate the resurrection. No childcare will be available.

Holy Week Reading Plan

As we enter Holy Week—that sacred span from Palm Sunday to Easter Sunday—join us for a day-by-day survey of what Scripture tells us happened on each day. Text CCChapel to 797979 to join (message & data rates may apply), or read online.

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O That Night

An Original Song by CCChapel Music

Easter Sunday is one of the most celebratory times of the year for the Church because of Jesus’ resurrection. However, if we aren’t careful, we can miss out on reflecting on Jesus’ sacrifice on the cross and forget that Good Friday was one of the most painful and anguishing days in history. East Hall Worship recorded “O That Night” in order to help you worship leading up to Easter and give you a new way to meditate on the gravity of Jesus’ sacrifice for you.