Easter Sunday Service

Sunday, MARCH 31ST // 11:00 AM (PST)
Orpheum Theatre Vancouver

Whether you are joining us online or in person, it’s our hope that you would feel welcomed into a warm, friendly environment by people who are excited to see you. The love of Jesus is for everyone, and Easter is the perfect time to remember His sacrifice and the promises we can claim through His victory. We can’t wait to celebrate this special weekend with you!

There is no service Downtown on Saturday, March 30th. We will be gathering together for one grand celebration service on Easter Sunday at the Orpheum Theatre.

Admission is free of charge. Seating is first come, first serve. We recommend arriving 30 minutes before the start of the service to ensure seating.

There is no designated parking for the Orpheum, but there are multiple parking options within a two block radius of the theatre. Click below for more downtown Vancouver parking options.

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The Orpheum is easily accessed by public transportation, including the SkyTrain. If you’re taking the Expo Line, hop off the train at Granville station and head south on Granville towards Smithe Street. If you’re taking the Canada Line, exit at Vancouver City Centre station and walk south on Granville street towards Smithe. The Orpheum can also be accessed by many trolley bus lines. Check the Translink website for schedules and routes.

The Orpheum has two audience entrances located at 601 Smithe Street and 884 Granville Street.

Wheelchair seating is available on the orchestra and dress circle levels. Accessible washrooms are on the orchestra level and the third floor.

Elevator access is available through the Smithe Street entrance.

Yes! Kids services (ages 1-10) can be accessed through the VSO School of Music building entrance, at 843 Seymour Street next to the Orpheum Theatre. Our Coastal Kids team will greet parents at a secure designated check-in area for dropping off children.

You can watch the 11:00am livestream by visiting: live.coastalchurch.org

He is not here; he has risen! Remember how he told you, while he was still with you in Galilee: ‘The Son of Man must be delivered over to the hands of sinners, be crucified and on the third day be raised again.’

Luke 24:6,7