New Life,

New Possibilities

and a Future filled with HOPE!


Join us for Easter at LifePoint as we discover

a life filled with confident HOPE!

April 8

4:00 pm

LPKids Programming age six weeks through 3rd grade

HUGS (disability ministry) Programming for all ages

April 8

6:00 pm

LPKids Programming age six weeks through 3rd grade

April 9

9:30 am

ASL Interpreting

LPKids Programming age six weeks through 3rd grade

HUGS (disability ministry) Programming for teens/adults only

April 9

11:15 am

LPKids Programming age six weeks through 3rd grade

Volunteer at Easter

Help share the HOPE of Easter with our guests!

Our volunteers in Guest Services, LPKids and HUGS serve an important role by helping our visitors feel welcomed, our little ones feel cared for and our volunteers feel valued. Whether you are a long-time volunteer or this is your first time, we have a spot for you!


This Easter, we are celebrating the confident hope that we can live out because of the resurrection. But The Power of Hope extends beyond the Easter story. In the week leading up to Easter Sunday, we’ll look at hope through the eyes of other biblical characters and discover how hope allows us to remain rooted in our circumstances until God is finished writing our story.

Frequently Asked Questions

about Easter at LifePoint

Do I need a reservation to come to Easter services?

Yes. Reserved ticketing allows us to create a better experience for everyone.

We issue FREE reservations for Christmas and Easter services to avoid overcrowding and to balance out attendance across the gatherings. We want to make sure we have enough seating and parking for everyone! Reservations also allow us to appropriately staff our volunteer teams for each service.

Will my reservation save a specific seat?

No, your reservation simply reserves you a spot in the worship center. You may choose whichever seat you like.

Do I need a reservation for my child?

Our Easter services are geared for elementary-age and up, but anyone, regardless of age, who will be attending the service and will need a seat should make a reservation. We offer LPKids Programming for children six weeks old through 3rd grade.

When you make your reservation, you’ll select the appropriate area for each person, including children, so that we can adequately staff our volunteer teams.

How can I reserve a seat for a friend or neighbor?

If you wish to reserve tickets for someone outside your immediate household, you may either add them to your own registration or call the LifePoint office at 410-239-4700 during office hours and we will be happy to help you.

What are my options to watch online?

This year we will offer our Easter service livestream on Sunday, April 9 at 9:30 am.

What time should i arrive?

We expect that our Easter services will be busy and suggest you arrive at least 15 minutes early to get your kids checked in and to locate a seat. Doors will open approximately 15 minutes before the service begins.

Kids’ classrooms will open approximately 10 minutes before the service begins.

To avoid overcrowding in the lobby, we recommend you arrive no more than 30 minutes ahead of time.

What should I wear?

Whatever is most comfortable for you! Whether you want to wear jeans and a hoodie or you prefer to get glammed up, as long as you are wearing clothes, you’ll be right at home. Some families enjoy dressing up and taking family photos in our lobby.

What do I need to bring with me when I arrive?

Just your phone! When you arrive, simply pull up your phone, show your email confirmation to one of our friendly greeters and you’ll be good to go!

How do I cancel a ticket reservation?

If for some reason you will not be able to use your reservations, you can either cancel them via the reservation website or call the LifePoint office at 410-239-4700 during office hours and we will be happy to help you. We appreciate the cancellation of unusable reservations, as it opens up seats for someone else.