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Easter Sunday
Drive-IN FAQ

What is Drive-In Church on Easter?  FBC Springfield is excited to conduct our Easter service outside as you watch in-person and hear it on your radio on 96.9.

 

When is it?  There will be two identical 50 minute services available at 9AM and 10:30AM.

 

Why should I sign up?  Please sign up HERE since this helps us prepare the parking lot accordingly.  

 

Is this safe and legal?  Yes, per the VA state governor drive-in church services are allowed as long as people stay in their vehicle.  We are asking you to keep windows rolled up.

 

Can I invite a friend?  Yes.  I (Pastor Jason) think more people will be willing to come to this service than any church service since at least the Sunday after 9/11.  

 

Can I ride with someone?  Not unless you are already sheltering with them.

 

Will restrooms be open?  No.

 

Will we be able to give?  Only electronically.  No physical gifts will be accepted.

 

Can I watch online instead?  Yes, the recorded video from the 9AM service will be available online at 10:30.  But it may not be available before 10:30.


"Easter Egg-stravaganza: Home Edition."

Our Easter Egg Hunt was canceled for this year…  but we have some exciting news for you! This year we’ll be hosting the "Easter Egg-stravaganza: Home Edition.”

 

This is a really fun Easter egg hunt you can do with your kids at home. You provide the plastic Easter eggs and candy, and we’ll give you the video and print materials to transform your hunt into a fun-filled, Gospel-centered experience. It’s so easy to do!

 

To get started, click the Material download below to print the materials, then follow the easy step-by-step instructions in the directions document. You can preview the “Easter Egg-stravaganza” video by clicking below. Be sure to bookmark or save the link for later so you can play it when it’s time for the Easter egg hunt.

 

Lastly, even though we’ll all be doing the Easter egg hunt separately, we want to make this a community experience. Be sure to take pictures or videos of your kids in action. Afterwards, we’ll give you an opportunity to share those with one another.

 

We hope and pray that this fun little experience helps you lead your kids towards their ever-loving, ever-living Savior. Happy Easter!