Easter 2014 marks the second Easter celebration for OKC Community Church. There is nothing like the Easter season. As believers we should celebrate the life of Christ every day, but there is something special about our annual focus on the cross and the empty tomb. As a church we are doing a few things to share Christ with our community and the message of HOPE we have in Jesus.
We thought it would be good to write a short blog to talk about what we’re doing and why we’re doing it.
Community Easter Egg Hunt
Saturday, April 19th 10:00-11:30am
Cleveland Elementary School
(on NW 23rd street just east of May Ave)
We are going to share some love to the people in our community and have a great time doing it! We will be having our second Egg Hunt event. During our time we’ll have several things happening: Free Breakfast | Toddlers -Pre-K Age Egg Hunt | Elementary Age Egg Hunt | Inflatables | OKC Fire Truck | Petting Zoo and Exotic Animals | And other activities.
The why behind the Egg Hunt is more important than the what—to read about why we do an Egg Hunt click the link to read our post from last year called, “Why An Egg Hunt" (note that the Egg Hunt information in the "Why An Egg Hunt" post is last year's info). In short, we believe that providing a community event is a simple way to scatter seeds of the gospel in our city.
Easter Worship Service
Sunday, April 20th 10:30am
Civic Center Music Hall (201 N. Walker)
Jesus provided so much for each of us through the cross. Each year at Easter we want to remain focused on the gospel and Good News of Jesus. Hope is our message this Sunday. Jesus is our one and only hope. Please join us for Easter Sunday and bring friends and family to share in this wonderful day to celebrate Jesus our risen King!