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What is Easter Like at Peoples Church?
You are invited to come celebrate Easter Sunday with us at Peoples Church! We will be worshiping with special music, kids will do something, and Pastor Gary will be brining a word of encouragement for you! Plan a vist with us so we can have a special gift ready for you!
First time at Peoples Church?You will love Easter at Peoples Church!
Where are you Located?
Peoples Church is located on the corner of Mill Plain Blvd and Andresen Road in Vancouver, Washingon.
What time is Service?
Our Sunday Serivce begins at 10am. We also have a Sunday Morning Bible Study that meets at 8:30am.
How should I dress?
We are pretty casual here at Peoples Church. Some people come wearing a full suit, most come casually dressed. The only thing we ask is that you wear clothes!
Is there something for my kids?
We have a nursery for kids under under 3 years old located outside of the auditorium. Older kids will stay in the auditorium with their family for the service.
Why should I Come?To Easter at Peoples Church
Find Hope and Peace
We strongly believe that the only hope in this life comes from Jesus Christ. Through His teachings, we learn that we can find true peace and hope, no matter what challenges we may face. We are here to help you discover the joy of a closer relationship with Him and to assist you in your journey of faith. By following His example, we believe that you can experience a profound sense of peace and purpose in your life. Let us help you find that hope and the peace that comes with it!
Though one may be overpowered by another, two can withstand him. And a threefold cord is not quickly broken. ~ Ecclesiastes 4:12 NKJV
We are not meant to live alone. Having a supportive community is important because it allows us to share our joys and struggles with others who can understand and encourage us. The power of community lies in its ability to build us up, provide comfort and guidance, and challenge us to grow. As we grow in the power of Christ, we recognize that this growth is not a solitary journey, but one that is shared with those around us.