What

This is a unique and personally engaging experience as a self-guided tour through decorated stations set up throughout gFree Church to experience the story of Easter.  These stations are a variety of activities, points of reflection and moments of meditation on the meaning of Jesus’ life, death and resurrection.  Whether you know the Easter story or not, this can be powerful time to explore and experience Jesus in a new way.

What to expect

When you arrive and enter through the main doors, you will be greeted by a pastor who will give basic instructions of where to go and what to do.  It will take about 30 minutes or so to complete the journey on your own. 

Who

This is most suitable for ages 10 and up.  It’s perfect to do individually, with a few friends, or as a family group. 

When

These self-guided tours can be done at any time between Noon – 8 pm on both Thursday and Friday of Easter Week (Apr 1st & 2nd).

Masks

Masks are not required since you will be socially distanced with yourself or your group.

Sign up

None

Cost

Free

What

A special outdoor service celebrating the death and resurrection of Jesus as the sun rises.  It will include music and readings and a brief message.

When & Where

6:45 AM at gFree Church in the grass next to the paved driveway.  Park and then join us.  Chairs will be available (or bring your own).  The service will be 30-45 minutes long.

Who

Everyone is welcome (who can get up that early).  No childcare is provided.

Masks

Masks are not required since we will be outside with plenty of room for social distancing.

Sign up

None

Cost

Free

 
 
 
 
 
 

What

Special services of music and message celebrating the death and resurrection of Jesus.  This is one of the best times to attend church with your family. 

When & Where

9:15 & 11:00 at gFree Church

Who

All are welcome.  Children Church & Nursery is available during the 11 AM service.

Masks

9:15 AM – Masks are requested during the whole time in the building

11:00 AM – Masks are requested while entering and mingling, but can be removed once seated for the service.

Children must wear masks when in their classrooms.