Celebrating Christ's Work - His Life, Death, Burial, and Resurrection!



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Egg Hunt


We celebrate Easter because all of scripture and history pivot on the work of Christ. It’s a big deal! To celebrate Easter, we purposefully have an attractional, bridge event (a connection point with the community). This is a great opportunity to invite the people that are in your life and provide them with the opportunity to have a fun, family event and hear the Good News and the significance of Easter as it applies to their life.

Things you should know about the egg hunt: This event is open to everyone. The age groups are separated and range from 1 yrs - 4th grade so that children are hunting eggs with others their age and size. When the countdown is over, the hunt happens very fast for most age groups. So please come early and enjoy each other and the activities.

Saturday, April 15

  • 5:00pm - 6:15pm: Bounces Open
  • 5:29pm-6:30pm: Countdown for Hunt Begins
  • 6:30pm - 7:30pm: Saturday Evening Easter Service (classes for birth - K)

Sunday, April 16

  • 9:30am - First Service (classes for birth through 4th grade)
  • 11:00am - Second Service (classes for birth through 4th grade)

(Both Sunday services are identical).

Easter Egg Hunt

Saturday Service

Saturday EASTER Service

Easter Sunday is a celebratory day for Christian families and we want to respect the effort that families make in order to celebrate Christ’s work on this day. At New Beginnings, we also put a lot of effort into celebrating why this day is so significant by creating a special Saturday evening Easter service. This is an identical service to our Easter Sunday services. It begins shortly after the Egg Hunt outreach event so that the people you bring to the Egg Hunt will have the opportunity to hear that because of Jesus’ work, His life, death, burial, and resurrection, we are adopted as children of God, no longer slave to sin and being made perfect in the sight of God, we have this hope as an anchor for our lives in which we receive freedom from the law of sin and death (Romans 8:1-11). We will not pass this day by as nothing more than another holiday and we encourage you to join us for this celebration.