We are excited to let you all know that we will be live-streaming our Easter Celebration at Qwest Field
from downtown Seattle this Sunday, April 24 our our Live streaming page.
Last year tens of thousands of people around the world joined us for one our five streaming services, and we've been working hard to make it happen this year, too.
Join the thousands of us who will be there as we celebrate Jesus' resurrection, hear music by Dustin Kensrue
of Thrice, Pastor Tim, and others, get some gospel preaching by Pastor Mark, and lastly, watch hundreds of people be baptized. The stream will begin just after 9 a.m. PDT (GMT –7), with the service beginning at 9:30 a.m., and will last an hour and half.
There's just one thing we'd ask of all of you who watch: Please don't watch the stream and skip out on attending a local church service.
We're happy to stream the service so that our friends all over the world can celebrate with us, especially for those who are physically unable to attend a service, but we really don't want the live-stream to replace anybody's regular worship with their home church. Fellowship happens in person, and that's where you can best be part of the body.
If you don't currently have a church that you attend regularly and would like to find one for Easter, you can check out the Acts 29 church-finder
to see if you live near any of the 386 churches in that network. We also are big fans of Redeemer Presbyterian's City to City directory
. (And there are obviously lots of other great, Bible-believing, Jesus-loving churches besides.)
Sunday's service, including the technology to put up the live stream, will be paid for through generous donations by thousands of Mars Hill members and attenders. If you'd like to support us so that we can continue to give away our sermons and other content online, please give
to Mars Hill.
Anthony Ianniciello is the director of Mars Hill's Media & Communications department and a deacon at the Ballard campus.