Sunday, April 4, 2021 7:00A | 9:00A | 11:00A
We're holding three identical services with full-production Children's services for children, infants - 5th grade.
We all know what it’s like to have a moment where everything changes. Two thousand years ago, a few women heading to a tomb bore witness to that sort of moment when they arrived and found an empty tomb. The story they thought had ended, was only just beginning. This Easter, we celebrate the Resurrection of Jesus and the chance He offers each of us to change everything, and get Back to Life.
We know attending a church can feel intimidating, that’s why at Chesapeake we want to give you an idea of what you can expect for our Easter services.
frequently asked questions
What should I wear?
You won't feel out of place whether you're wearing jeans or a jacket and tie. So, just wear whatever makes you feel comfortable!
Can my children come?
Yes! Full children's programming will be provided for infants - 5th grade during all of our services.
Where do I take my kids?
When entering the building from the parking lot, the Children's entrance is the one to the left. You can also enter the children's wing from the main lobby by walking down the ramp and heading down the hallway to the left. Don't worry, there will be people there to guide you!
To register your kids ahead of time, click here.
What time should I arrive for service?
In order to help us properly clean and sanitize the building between services, we ask that you arrive no more than 20 minutes before the start of service.
How long will service last?
Our Easter services run about 60 minutes.
Can I watch services online?
We will be LIVE streaming our children's service at 9A on YouTube and our adults' service at 11A on Facebook and YouTube.
Health and safety
Your family's health and safety matters to us. To ensure a safe environment for everyone, we will be following all of the State mandates for social distancing at the time.
For a complete overview of precautions we're taking for COVID-19, please visit chesapeakechurch.org/health.
how to get to Chesapeake
You can be a part of making Easter services happen in a life-changing way.
If you're brand new to Chesapeake, serving on Easter is a great way to check us out. It's a one-time commitment where you can meet new people and get connected. If you've been wondering what it takes to get connected around here, this is it!