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.

The Block
Sunday, Apr. 21 // 10 + 11:30 a.m.
No childcare provided

Other Locations

Aurora | Highland Square

I Am Interactive Experience

Apr. 18 + 19 // Times Vary

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

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Good Friday Services

Fri., Apr. 19 // 6 + 7:30 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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FAQs

Where do I go when I arrive?
The guys on our parking team (in the orange vests) will be working hard to help everyone find a spot.

Stop by the New Here tent and someone on our hospitality team can help you find the Sanctuary or East Hall, restrooms, and the kids area. If you need anything else or have a question, just stop at the New Here tent on either side of the main entrance doors. Still stumped? Just find someone in a CCC lanyard or nametag – we’re a helpful bunch!

How long is the service?
Our services last about an hour. We sing a few songs and then a speaker gives a message. Check out our venue options here. To see what our preaching style, check out a recent sermon. If it’s your first time here, plan to stop by the New Here tent! We’d love to meet you, answer any questions you have, and give you a gift.

What should I wear?
You do you. We don’t have a dress code, so jeans are just as acceptable as a three-piece suit! Wear whatever makes you comfortable.

What if I have kids?
We love babies! There’s a great team of caring, background-checked volunteers to play with and cuddle your little ones in the nursery, but if you’d rather keep your baby with you, that’s just fine! If he/she gets fussy and you want to step out, we show the service in the Atrium so you won’t miss a thing.

While you’re in service, your kids in fifth grade and younger will learn the Easter story on their level through games, live acting, and tons of fun! While we always have fun in the kids area, this week we’re taking it to a whole new level.

Can I attend if I’m ________?
Fill in the blank with whatever fear you have about not being accepted: divorced, single parent, broke, recovering addict, gay, transgender, atheist, skeptic, etc. Everyone is welcome at Christ Community Chapel. So come as you are, and we’ll see you at Easter!

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.

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