Easter is one of the biggest Sundays of the year for churches. But, because of the long weekend, it’s often a time when families choose to travel or visit family elsewhere. Or they may not be able to make it to your church building due to weather, sickness, or other unforeseen reasons. (Or a global pandemic that we will never forget). So, instead of accepting that they won’t be able to engage with you on this important Sunday, what if you set up a church live stream so they could tune in wherever they are?
Are you ready to celebrate the greatest event in all of history? The resurrection of Jesus Christ. Though Easter celebrations around the world have become more commercialized and full of candy and bunnies, Resurrection Sunday is extremely important in Christian churches. It is a day commemorating Jesus’ resurrection after His crucifixion and death. Jesus having victory over sin and the grave has great implications for us. That’s probably why churches have many religious Easter traditions. They want to celebrate who Jesus is and what He has done. And they want to share that good news with other people.
Get the checklist you need to build an easy and beautiful website for your church.
Have you ever reached the end of the Easter season at your church and realized that even though you celebrated the resurrection and empty tomb of Jesus, you never took time to examine Jesus on the cross, and the events leading up to it? In a sense, you just skipped right over Good Friday. It’s easy to get caught up in the joy and the celebration of the Gospel (and we should!), and not realize that the resurrection only happened because of Jesus on the cross.