The Village Church Easter

It’s Easter – so what? On April 1st, people will gather in churches around the world to celebrate Easter, but why does it matter? Is there anything more to this beyond going to church because that’s what you do when you live in the Bible Belt (and it gets you off the hook until Christmas)?

Also, let’s be honest, Easter is a day where Christians celebrate that a man named Jesus was raised from the dead. Is that for real? If it is for real, what does that mean for me? What impact could that possibly have on your life or the world?

Well, here’s the deal. If you’re completely and totally satisfied with everything in your life, then stay home, eat some Cadbury eggs, and have a great brunch.

But if you’re like us, people who wonder about what makes life significant and meaningful – come join us at The Village as we ask together, “It’s Easter, so what?”

About The Village Church
As a new church plant, The Village may be unlike any church you’ve ever attended! Currently, The Village meets at Sunset Middle School (200 Sunset Trl.) in Nolensville, TN, and transforms an auditorium into a worship space weekly.

Services, held Sundays at 9:00am and 10:30am include a mix of music, including everything from modern worship music to hymns, led by our worship band, some time for prayer, readings from Scripture, and an engaging message. Our worship gatherings last around an hour. You are always welcome to come as they are, with no expectations for suits and ties or your “Sunday Best” and everyone is invited to take communion. We want to see you here and have you be comfortable.

Children are always welcome to attend services, but also have the opportunity to attend Village Kids services for children ages 3 through 5th grade, or spend time in our nursery, for children six weeks or older, that are designed for kids to learn and grow with God. The Village also has All Ages worship to ensure that families get an opportunity to worship together at times throughout the year.

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