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Easter Sunday 2019


APRIL 21, 2019  |  8:15am, 9:45am & 11:15am

hosted at First Presbyterian Church of Orlando

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Easter Sunday 2019


APRIL 21, 2019  |  8:15am, 9:45am & 11:15am

hosted at First Presbyterian Church of Orlando

a day of hope

You are invited on Easter Sunday morning, April 21, for a joyful celebration of God’s goodness at First Presbyterian Church of Orlando. There will be five worship services, each lasting about an hour. Doors will open 20 minutes before the service for seating. This is a free event.

8:15am TRADITIONAL WORSHIP in the Sanctuary
9:45am
TRADITIONAL WORSHIP in the Sanctuary
9:45am
GENESIS (Contemporary) WORSHIP in Lee Fellowship Hall
11:15am
TRADITIONAL WORSHIP in the Sanctuary
11:15am
GENESIS (Contemporary) WORSHIP in Lee Fellowship Hall

WHAT TO EXPECT: a gathering of people from around the city, singing together, listening to music and message, praying together and experiencing God's presence. The message in both services is identical.

WHO TO BRING: your family, friends and neighbors. Everyone is welcome!
We will offer free childcare for infants through kindergarten-age children. Children first-grade and up will join their families for Easter worship.

WHAT TO WEAR: whatever makes you comfortable. Many people will be dressed up because of this special day, and many may be experiencing this environment of worship for the first time.


Genesis (Contemporary) worship takes place in an informal setting, celebrating through modern and ancient worship music (typically played by a band). Genesis incorporates inspired video, lighting, and dramatic stage design.

Traditional worship incorporates stained glass, light-filled architecture, choir and orchestra alongside traditional organ music and liturgical readings.


MUSIC

The music will represent a variety of styles, with a band in Genesis worship services and a choir and full orchestra in Traditional worship services.

Message

Dr. David Swanson will share an inspirational message from the Bible in every service.

community

Invite neighbors from your community and get to know others in the city.


Photography by Donovan McCloskey.

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Parking & Directions


Our free parking in downtown Orlando is available adjacent to First Presbyterian Church of Orlando

Parking & Directions


Our free parking in downtown Orlando is available adjacent to First Presbyterian Church of Orlando

 

Location

First Presbyterian Church of Orlando is located at 106 E Church Street, Orlando, FL 32801.

Garage Parking

Parking downtown can be tricky, so we partner with the county and share a parking garage across the street on the corner of Jackson Street and Rosalind Avenue. On Sundays, the garage is open for free parking, located just across the street from the church. The garage entrance is on Liberty Avenue.

Parking P.A.S.S.

Free parking nearer the campus is available exclusively for guests who need handicapped accessible entrance and seniors who need additional accessibility. Email Lori Needham to learn more.

SHUTTLE BUS

A complimentary shuttle bus runs to and from Westminister Towers and Lutheran Towers for all service times.

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Childcare


Free, fun childcare will be available for infants through kindergarten-aged children.

Childcare


Free, fun childcare will be available for infants through kindergarten-aged children.

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We offer free childcare for infants through kindergarten-age children on the campus of First Presbyterian Church of Orlando. The SHINE Children's Ministry in the Clayton Life Center (on the corner of Jackson and Magnolia Avenue) is designed to care for and engage children during the worship experience, with qualified caregivers and teachers in a fun and safe environment.

Parents are encouraged to drop their children off with enough time before the service begins to allow for a smooth transition.

Children first-grade and older will join their families for Easter worship.


Alternatively, taking younger children to worship is encouraged! 

There is a nursing room available for mothers adjacent to the Prayer Room and in the Clayton Life Center, as well as a Cry room for parents in Clayton Life Center. Each room has a live feed of the worship service.