Easter Weekend at Sherwood Park Alliance Church

On Easter weekend we will journey through three unique gatherings to end the Holy Week. We will recognize the most significant event in religious history, the driving force for the birth of Christ’s church. Each day will offer a different experience as we journey together from the sorrow and remembrance of Good Friday (Communion will be served), the waiting in Holy Saturday and the celebration of Easter Sunday!

We would love for you to join us online or in person for one or all the days!


Good Friday | April 7 at 10 am

On Good Friday we gather to mourn our Saviour’s death on the cross by centering our focus on remembering His sacrifice through communion. We take time to thank Him for all that he gave up and what it means for us. 


Holy Saturday | April 8 at 7 pm

The day in between Christ’s death and His resurrection we wait in anticipation. In much the same way as we wait for His return now, we take pause as we long for what is to come. 


Easter Sunday | April 9 at 9 am & 11 am

He has Risen! On Easter Sunday we celebrate our Saviour’s resurrection and His triumph over death! We will come together and experience the baptisms of people as they join Christ in moving from death to life! 

Interested in Serving?

Are you interested in serving at an Easter Service? Choose from a variety of roles, dates and times.

Invite Your Friends

Easter is the perfect time to invite your friends, family and neighbours to church. This year invite your friends to participate in person or online as we recognize the most significant event in religious history, the driving force for the birth of Christ’s church.

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