#1 – People Who Don’t Usually Go To Church, Attend Oasis On Easter.
I am honored when people who don’t usually go to church show up at Oasis. One of our goals is to be a church that unchurched people love to attend. So, if you or someone you know doesn’t usually go to church, then please accept my invitation to Easter at Oasis!
I promise I won’t:
-Beat you over the head with a Bible
-Make you feel bad for not going to church all year.
-Bore you to death with information you don’t care about
-Go on a political rant
-Ask you for your money
-Waste your time.
#2 – If possible, sit down 5 minutes early.
This is the first time we’ve done anything like this, and I’m REALLY excited about it! The experience will begin 5 minutes before the service is scheduled to start. So, to get the full experience, you’ll want to be in your seat 5 minutes in early when the countdown begins.
#3 – “Get to” vs “Have to”
For most kids, especially in the South, there are 2 parts to Easter. There is the “get to” part and the “have to” part.
I get to go easter egg hunting
I get an easter basket
I get to eat jelly beans
I get a REESES PEANUT BUTTER EGG!!
I have to go to church.
Our kids ministry team has been working really hard to make sure that Easter at Oasis is not a “have to” moment for your kids…
This Sunday will be a “get to” moment…not just for your kids, but for YOU as well.
Seriously, bring your family and come spend 60 minutes with us at one of our 3 services. Dress casual. Some people will dress up just because it’s Easter, but I’ll probably wear a t-shirt and flip flops. Bring your coffee inside the auditorium. Be ready to laugh.
See you there at 9:00, 10:15, or 11:30.