Easter Sunday

April 4, 2021 

Special Service Times:

8:00am | 9:30am | 11:00am


Time Until First Service

What to Expect on Easter

For Easter Sunday, there are three special service times at 8:00am, 9:30am and 11:00am. Once you arrive, there will be free donuts and coffee for you to enjoy. During the service, the worship team will lead a few songs, and then Bevan, Seabreeze's senior pastor, will give a message on the significance of Easter Sunday. Afterwards, you can get a picture with your family or friends in front of the Easter Photo Wall.


Outdoor kids classes are available for toddlers through fifth grade! In their classes, kids will be able to enjoy safe, Easter themed games and activities. Childcare is also provided for infants in the Kids Building. Arrive early to check your kids in at the Kids Check-in before service starts.

Toddlers through 4-year-olds will meet on the lawn next to the Courtyard. Older Kids, ages 5 to 5th grade, will meet in a large fenced off area in the Courtyard.

Viewing Options

There are several viewing options for you and your family to choose from once on campus. The service will be held in the Auditorium where groups of seats are spaced out to maintain social distancing. A comfortable outdoor viewing option is located on the Patio near the Parking Lot.

The 9:30am service will also be live streaming for anyone who would prefer to stay home. You can find the livestream at Seabreezechurch.com/live.

Frequently Asked Questions

When are Easter services?

Easter 2021 service times are 8:00am, 9:30am, and 11:00am.

When should I arrive?

Show up 10 minutes early to grab some coffee and donuts before heading into the service.

If you have kids, show up 15 minutes early to leave yourself plenty of time to check them into the kids' ministry.

Each service starts on time, so be sure to get in a few minutes before the service starts to find a seat. 

What happens at an Easter service?

Easter is a time to remember the resurrection of Jesus Christ. We will sing a few songs and then Bevan, Seabreeze's Senior Pastor, will give a practical message on the meaning behind Easter.

What is there for my kids to do?

Outdoor Kids Classes are available for toddlers through fifth grade. In these classes, they will be able to celebrate Easter with fun games and activities. Childcare is also provided for babies in the Kids Building. Check your kids in at the Kids Check-In before service and then you can pick them up afterwards. Find out more about the Seabreeze Kids Ministry HERE.  

Can my child join me in the Easter service?

Kids are encouraged to be a part of the Seabreeze Kids Ministry activities. However, your kids are welcome to join you in the main service. Families can easily step outside to view the service on the patio outside if their child is getting fussy or needs to move around.

What is available for junior high and high school students (6th-12th grade)? 

Junior high and high school students are invited to be a part of the main service. We do have a mid-week service for junior high and high school students on Wednesday nights. To learn more about Seabreeze's Student Ministry click HERE.

What are the Covid-19 safety measures taken at Seabreeze?

We ask everyone on campus to wear a mask or practice social distancing. The chairs in the service are spaced out to best accommodate social distancing. An outdoor viewing area is set up on the Patio and is available for anyone who feels more comfortable sitting outside.

What is Seabreeze Church like?

Seabreeze Church has been around since 1988. We strive to be a place where people can openly explore what it means to follow Jesus Christ. Our goal is to create a pressure-free environment so that people can investigate and evaluate for themselves who God is and what that means for their lives. Click here for more details on what to expect on a typical Sunday. 


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