We see the cost of our sin, our rebellion against the God who created us and loves us carried by the sinless Son of God - for us.


We feel the darkness when the grave claims another. And this time, we know it should be our lifeless body in the tomb. But it’s not. It’s His - for us.


In a heartbeat, the tomb is empty. God declares with this mighty act that He can, and will, do above and beyond all that we could possibly imagine. For us.


And just when you don’t think it can get any better, Jesus makes it personal. This isn’t just a story we try to enter in through the creativity of an author. Jesus has called us by name. He has carried the weight of my sin, took my place on the cross, and walked out of the tomb… for me.




EASTER 


Please review the guidelines below before attending on-site services.


Good Friday Service, April 2, 2021


Easter Sunday Services

April 4, 2021

Online at 9 am


Uniontown Kids on Easter will stream at 10:05 am at facebook.com/uniontownbible.



For our on-site services:

  • You must reserve seats at a service for each Sunday you are attending. If you do not reserve a seat for you and each member of your family, we may not be able to accommodate you for that service.
  • We will be required to wear masks on campus and have appropriate social distancing during our time together. Masks will need to be worn from the time you enter the building until you are once again outside and socially distanced. 
  • We will need you to arrive 30 minutes early to check in, be given your socially distanced assigned seating, and be brought into the sanctuary.
  • We will need you to take your temperature at home before leaving for church. If you have symptoms of any kind, please do not attend in person. Instead, choose to watch the online service.
  • We encourage you to use the restroom at home and use the church facilities on an emergency basis.
  • Every service will be less than an hour in length, and strict cleaning procedures will occur between each service.
  • We will be maintaining a touchless environment that includes no bulletins, no passed offering baskets, and no need to open doors or touch handles. 
  • After you park, head to the check-in by the front door, and we’ll guide you through from there. 
  • In order to maintain the recommended social distancing during the services, we will practice one way travel through the building and be leaving 3 open seats between every family group seated in the sanctuary.


Uniontown Kids Sunday School:

  • Please take your child's temperature at home before leaving for church. If they have a fever or symptoms of any kind, please do not attend in person. Instead, choose to watch the livestream service at 9 am and Sunday School at 10:05 am at utown.org. 
  • We encourage you to have your children use the restroom at home or prior to dropping them in their classrooms. We can only accommodate bathroom breaks for emergencies during class time.
  • Children 5+ (K-5th grade) and all Children's Ministry Volunteers are required to wear masks at all times. Masks are not required for children under the age of 5.
  • Children should not bring anything from home to their classrooms (favorite toys, dolls, etc.).
  • Snacks will no longer be offered in our Preschool and Toddler classes. 
  • We will be creating a touch-less environment that includes volunteer-assisted child check-in, new classroom configurations, and more.
  • Visit the main Registration area in front of the church building upon arrival to get your seats for the main worship service and your child's check-in stickers for their classroom.

Registering to attend a morning service does not register your child for Sunday School. This is a separate and limited registration. Those attending the main service must use the service registration form, and children attending Sunday school must register on the Sunday school registration form. If you have any questions, contact us.