2,000 years ago, a man named Jesus of Nazareth walked the earth teaching thousands how to live life to the fullest in a radically upside-down way. People from all walks of life came to him for healing, redemption, and hope. He was revered as a good teacher, a wise man.
But then Jesus claimed to be “the Son of God, the Messiah”, and people began to wonder. Was he a liar and a lunatic, or was he speaking the truth?
His closest friends watched him die and be buried in a tomb. They thought that was the end of the story, the end of their hope for a savior. Then a few days later, on Sunday morning, news of his resurrection from the dead changed the course of their lives and the trajectory of human history.
What if Jesus’ resurrection is more than just a fairy tale?
What if the grave isn’t the end, but just the beginning?
On Easter Sunday, join us to explore the upside-down claims about Jesus. All are welcome!
Easter Sunday FAQs
TMC Kids and the nursery will be available on Easter Sunday during the service. Pickup time is 11:30am.
Child activity packets will be available for children and families to grab in the main lobby.
Overflow rooms outside the Sanctuary will also available for those families who would feel more comfortable there.
Yes, validated parking will be available at Piper’s Alley (230 W. North Avenue) and at the Chicago History Parking Lot (1730 N. Stockton Drive).
Please bring your parking ticket to the church for validation. There are parking kiosks for validation in the main lobby and at the 1609/1635 N LaSalle entrances.
Seating is general and open to all. Plan to arrive early if you’d like to ensure a seat in the Sanctuary. Doors open at 9:30am.
Wheelchair accessible entrance is located at 1620 N LaSalle.
If you have any questions or need help, our ushers will be available to provide assistance.