Sound bites of the Savior

As Jesus carried out his ministry on earth, he said many things to many people. Sometimes the message was tailor-made for them. Sometimes the message was more far-reaching. But throughout the Bible, we see recurring themes that transcend time and place. These “sound bites” have echoed throughout history, and still find relevance in our time and our place.

We invite you to celebrate the Risen Savior this Easter, and lean in to listen to what Jesus might be saying to you. What “sound bite” will resonate the most with you? Where are you on the journey and where is God calling you to go next? Maybe He is inviting you into a relationship with him for the first time. Maybe he’s calling you back to himself. Maybe he’s calling you out of complacency. Maybe he’s calling you to turn away from harmful things in your life. The only way to know, is to ask.

In a book of the Bible called Matthew, Jesus is recorded as saying,

Ask and it will be given to you; seek and you will find; knock and the door will be opened to you. For everyone who asks receives; the one who seeks finds; and to the one who knocks, the door will be opened.” Matthew 7:7-8

Sunday, April 9

On Easter Sunday, experience the risen Savior and tune in to hear the message he’s tailor-made for you! Plan to join us at one of three services at two campuses and online!

In person

Northville services: 9 + 10:30 a.m.
Farmington Hills service: 10:30 a.m.


Live stream

Watch Easter services online (streaming from our Northville campus):
9 + 10:30 a.m., (rebroadcasts at 2 + 4 p.m.)


What to expect

~ 50-minute in-person and streaming service

Elements for kids + parents (9 + 10:30 a.m.)

Engaging teaching + inspiring music

RēNū Coffee + Playscape ready for your family

Family photo opportunity (for in-person attendees)

Free coffee + donuts (for in-person attendees)

Children’s Programming

Children’s programming (toddlers and elementary) and nursery services (infant to age 2) are available during services at both campuses. Learn more!

Upcoming Events

Leading up to Easter, we offer other ways that the entire family can enjoy and experience the season. Join us as we remember the life and death of Jesus and anticipate celebrating his resurrection on Easter Sunday.

On April 7, Good Friday, we will post an online, on-demand devotional brought to you by our Assistant Pastor Terence Gray. The video will be made available on the morning of April 7 and can be watched anytime. Learn more.