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Easter with Bel Air Church

Holy Week Events

Holy Week ushers us into a journey with Jesus. From the expectation of Palm Sunday, the intimacy of the Last Supper, the crushing pain of the cross, to the unimaginable triumph of the Resurrection, we invite you into this journey with us. We will be offering these unique online and in-person opportunities.

March 28:
Palm Sunday

On-Campus Outdoor Worship Services:
10 am & 4 pm | Register here:

Online & Broadcast Worship:
9 am, 11 am, 1 pm, 3 pm, 6 pm, & 8 pm
at belair.org/watch

KCOP 13 at 7 am (set your DVR or watch at 7 am)

Parents, you can help your kids create their own “palm frond” craft to be used in worship by visiting our Kids’ page at belair.org/kids.

9 am–3 pm | Blood Drive

Cedar Sinai’s Bloodmobile Bus will be in the upper parking lot. Visit belair.org/outreach for details!

April 1:
Maundy Thursday | Worldwide Meal

Join Christians all around the world to commemorate the Last Supper and Jesus’ final hours on what is known as Maundy Thursday. The word “maundy” comes from “mandatum” or commandment, referencing His final instructions to the disciples while having a meal together. We will make resources available in advance with Scriptures to read, prayers to share, and questions to discuss. We encourage you to take a picture or record an aspect of the meal, Skype or zoom with friends as you go through it and #worldwidemeal on Instagram.

Check back for your meal guide.

April 2:
Good Friday Service | Seven Cries in the Dark

7 pm online (or on-demand any time after 7 pm)

Pastor Drew will lead us through a meditative and immersive online experience as we reflect upon the seven profound statements that Jesus said from the cross. Considering the darkness that had spread over the land during the crucifixion of Jesus, the Light of the World, these “Seven Cries in the Dark” will be a profound light to us in the midst of this dark season.

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April 4:  Easter Sunday

Our worship and pastoral teams are putting together a beautiful worship service and we are filled with joy at the thought of celebrating with you this Easter!

We will be hosting three Easter services on our physical campus:

6 am Patio Sunrise

9 am Sanctuary
(with audio streaming to our Patio and full streaming to our Discipleship Center)

11 am Patio

Masks required and physical distancing observed. Visit belair.org/oncampus for more details.

Registration is required for all on-campus worship services.

Seating preferences, indoor and outdoor, will be on a first-come and first-served basis. We will honor seating preferences as capacity allows.

Register for Easter On-Campus Services

FAMILIES, PLEASE NOTE:

We are so excited to slowly and safely re-open our on-campus Kids’ Ministry spaces, starting on Easter Sunday DURING OUR 9 AM SERVICE TIME with our early childhood rooms for ages 1–3. All other ages are invited to attend our family-friendly service along with their families where they will receive an Easter activity bag while supplies last. Please visit belair.org/kids for up-to-date Kids’ Sunday School options.

Online & Broadcast Worship:

KCOP 13 at 7am (set your DVR or watch at 7am)

What to expect when you visit our campus on Easter:

  • Seating preferences, indoor and outdoor, will be on a first-come and first-served basis. We will honor seating preferences as capacity allows.

  • The doors to the Sanctuary will open at 8:15 am. We ask for your patience as there will only be one entrance.
  • Please have your entire party together before entry.
  • Once you enter the Sanctuary you must wait for a Seating Usher to direct your party. You may choose main level or balcony if available. We kindly ask you to not request a specific location as seating will fill from the front to back in the most efficient manner.
  • Non-registered guests will be allowed into the Sanctuary after all registered guests have entered or at 8:55 am, whichever comes first.
  • Seating will be physically spaced by every other row (please notice pew signs) and the balcony will be open.
  • Please observe physical distancing as you wait in line for entry.
  • Restrooms will be open and available throughout the campus.
  • If you need to exit the Sanctuary building, a greeter will hand you a sticker. There will be one door of exit and re-entry from the Sanctuary lobby.
  • Overflow and Family Rooms will be set up in our Discipleship Center with live-stream video of the service.
  • Additional seating will also be available on The Patio (audio streaming only).
  • Parable Coffee Lab will be open for business from 7 am–1 pm. Our full specialty menu, freshly brewed coffee and even select pastries will be available while quantities last. Parable is our wonderful coffee space located towards the back of our campus.
  • Remember: Seating preferences, indoor and outdoor, will be on a first-come and first-served basis. We will honor seating preferences as capacity allows.
  • Parking with shuttle service is available in Middle and Upper the South Lots (directly across the street from our campus).
  • Parking in our Lower Lot (next to the Sanctuary, overlooking the valley) is also available without shuttle service.
  • Access to our main driveway leading up to campus will be for Drop-Off and Disabled Parking ONLY in the Middle and Upper Lots. If you drop off someone but are able-bodied, please park in the Lower or South Lots to keep disabled spots open.

For the 6 am service, parking is open on the campus upper level.

We see it as a matter of ongoing discipleship to Jesus to play our part in minimizing the spread of Covid-19. We will be requiring face masks for EVERYONE on campus at ALL TIMES. We will also enforce physical distancing with our seating and ask all to be mindful of varying comfort zones as you greet one another. Lastly, our facilities team maintains a rigorous protocol of cleaning and sanitization before, during, and after all gatherings.

Beginning Sunday, April 11

On-Campus Services:

10 am Sanctuary

6 pm Patio

Explore the Crossing Canyons Lent 2021 Sermon Series

Crossing Canyons Lent Sermon Series

The season of Lent invites us to spend some intentional time reflecting on Jesus, His 40 days in the wilderness, and looking at our own spiritual lives.

Digital Lent Bible Study

Dig deeper into this exciting new Lent Series, where we say yes to Christ’s invitation to cross the canyons in our lives.

For more information, email info@belairpres.org

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