Looking for a way to celebrate Easter that's enjoyable and memorable for you and those you love? Here's what you need to know...
Cornwall Church is hosting multiple events during Holy Week beginning with Palm Sunday weekend services, a mid-week evening worship event, a Reflective Journey to the Cross, and Easter Services on Saturday, April 8, and Sunday, April 9, 2023.
This Easter, invite someone to share in our celebration! For He is risen and that's the best news of all. Find a service time at one of our two campus locations or gather with us for Church Online.
Visiting for the first time and have kids? Plan your visit by registering your kids in advance by clicking the Family Registration button.
What should I wear?
Our weekend services are very casual and informal, however for Easter services you may see some families dressed up. We have a popular festive photo booth for selfies that you won't want to miss.
BE AN EASTER VOLUNTEER
Join a special event serving team this Easter at Cornwall! Check out our many volunteer opportunities at our Bellingham and Skagit Campus locations. We look forward to connecting with you soon.
Saturday, April 8 + Sunday, April9, 2023
5 PM (SAT) | (SUN) 9 AM | 11 AM
4518 Northwest Dr.
Bellingham, WA 98226
Classrooms are open for kids birth-5th grade. New here? Click the Family Registration button.
JOURNEY TO THE CROSS
Join us for a reflective experience on our social media channels for a 14-day journey to the cross. We'll be sharing a modern version of the ancient Christian devotion called the Stations of the Cross. These prayers will follow a scriptural devotion that will offer a time of pause and reflection leading up to Good Friday.
Spend a few minutes each day reflecting on the passages provided.
Remember the incredible sacrifice of our Savior who made it possible for us to be invited into the kingdom of God.
Begins March 25-April 7
Sunday, April 9 2023
830 N 16th Street
Mount Vernon, WA 98273
Classroom are open for kids birth-5th grade. New here? Click the Family Registration button.
refuge worship night
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 5 | 6:30 PM
The road to Easter began with a triumphant entry into Jerusalem to celebrate Passover. The journey included accusations from religious leaders, a gift from an alabaster jar, and a betrayal from a friend. It involved a last supper, a late-night arrest, and ultimately an excruciating crucifixion followed by a day of sorrow… During our Easter Refuge experience, we'll take communion and reflect on the hope that was lost when Jesus died all in preparation for an unbelievable morning yet to come.