The best pranks are all about the element of surprise. Just when you think it’s business as usual, the prank turns it all upside down. Maybe this time the joke’s on you. When Easter falls on April Fool’s Day, there’s really no choice but to celebrate the Best. Prank. Ever.
Saturday | 6 pm
Sunday | 8:30, 10:00 & 11:30 am
7660 Gadsden Hwy
Trussville, AL 35173
Pell City Campus
Saturday | 6 pm
Sunday | 9:30 & 11:00 am
4206 Cogswell Ave
Pell City, AL 35128
What to expect at Easter
When you pull up to the church, you’ll be served by smiling faces who will ensure you have a safe and convenient place to park. Stop by the tent for a free gift and a high-five from one of our red shirts. They are there for you. Ask them anything.
An incredible breakfast spread is available to you not only on Easter, but every Sunday. We know…you’re welcome.
The service will last 60-minutes. We’ll sing some songs together, and you’ll get a message from the Bible that you can use. We promise we won’t single you out or put you on the spot in anyway.
At the end, if you’re feeling it, you can hang around a bit and meet some people, or not. You choose. We wish you the best Easter ever. See you soon!
What should I wear?
Don’t feel like you have to dress up. Most people dress casually, but you are welcome to wear whatever makes you comfortable.
Where do my kids go?
Kids check-in is a breeze. Just follow the signs for Kids Check-In. We have stellar programs and care for your children from Infants – 5th grade. They will beg you to come back next week.
While you’re in service, kids 5th grade and younger will be learning about Jesus on their level. While in The Zone (5K-5th Grade) or Nursery, kids learn Bible stories through games, live acting and songs. Plus, we’re giving away lots of eggs and prizes as we celebrate that Jesus is alive!
When should I arrive?
Easter can draw a crowd. Plan to arrive 15-30 minutes early to beat the rush, check in the kids, and grab a bite to eat before you select your seat.
Where should I park?
We have set aside the best spots on the campus for handicapped people, but you get the second best. There are spaces marked “Guest Parking”. Those are for you. Don’t be shy. Pull on up!