Join Us In Worship at
First Baptist Church in Beverly this Easter Sunday!
Christ the Lord is Risen Today! Alleluia!
All Creation Join to Say Alleluia!
5:45 AM — Beverly’s Ecumenical Sunrise Service at Lynch Park (Rain Location: FBC Beverly)
We welcome all to rise early and gather on Woodbury Beach for Beverly’s Ecumenical Easter Sunday Sunrise Service at Lynch Park (55 Ober Street, Beverly). This inclusive service will begin at 5:45 AM on Woodbury Beach. Our own Rev. Beth Loughhead will be participating in this awakening service that invites all to take in the glory of the morning sunrise as we rejoice in the resurrection of Jesus Christ this Easter morning.
9:00 AM — Easter Morning Breakfast & Celebration
All are invited to gather in Wilbur Hall before worship to join in the fun, food, and festivities of our PotLuck Celebration Breakfast hosted by the Communal Life and Christian Education Committees where we will feast on a delicious breakfast and partake in celebrations and activities for all ages.
10:15 AM — Children’s Egg Hunt
Join us outside on our playground to hunt for these very special eggs that will be hidden all over the FBC yard. Once we have found all these colorful treasures and have had our morning’s fill of food and fun all are invited to return indoors to our Sanctuary and join us in worship, where we will celebrate the Risen Christ with music and word and praise.
11:00 AM — Worship / Children’s Church School
Before and After
Scripture: Mark 15:42—16:8
Rev. Beth Loughhead, preaching
Gather with us at First Baptist Church in Beverly this Sunday morning for a very special Easter Sunday Worship Service. All are invited and welcome to attend and witness the Ordinance of Baptism, enjoy the glorious sounds of the season and listen to a joyful Easter sermon preached by Rev. Beth Loughhead as we celebrate the resurrection of Jesus Christ and conclude our 2014
Lenten Worship Series: Tell Me the Stories of Jesus
Holy Week Special Events
Maundy Thursday, April 17th
Holy Week events continue on Thursday, April 17th with our traditional Tenebrae Service. This quiet, reflective, candlelit service will be held downstairs in our Chapel at 7:00 PM. During this time we will remember the last week of Jesus’ earthly life including the last supper, betrayal, and his crucifixion. Communion will be shared during the service. All are invited and encouraged to attend this service and take several moments out of our busy, hectic lives to welcome a moment of quiet, reflective peace.
Good Friday, April 18th
All are welcome to attend a performance of Mozart’s Requiem at First Parish Church in Beverly (next door to FBC at 225 Cabot Street) performed by Beverly’s Combined Choirs, soloists, and an orchestra of local musicians, all under the direction of FBC Minister of Music Emeritus, Robert Littlefield. Admission is free and the building is handicapped accessible through the rear entrance located
on Essex Street.
Words to Know
A glossary of words used at FBC during worship.