Easter 2021

We are excited to gather for several events during Holy Week,
including Palm Sunday and Easter Sunday!

For in-person events, we ask that masks are worn at all times and a 6' distance is maintained between households.

Prayer Labyrinth & Prayer Stations

Our Sanctuary will be open to the public and our church family to walk a Prayer Labyrinth & Prayer Stations on Thursday, April 1 and Friday, April 2. To learn about these offerings, read more by clicking here.

Palm Sunday
& Easter Sunday

Palm Sunday, March 28:

11am, Outdoor Worship

We recommend you arrive by 10:45am to allow for parking and time to find a spot for your family.

  • Please park in the back parking lot unless you need assistance walking.

  • Please walk around the exit side of the parking lot to the front. Volunteers will be present to direct you.

  • We will have a small stage set up in the front, and markers for proper distancing.

  • Please leave your mask on for the entirety of the time.

12pm, or immediately following worship, Easter Egg Hunt

Ages 0-12 years old are welcome to join the hunt! Eggs will be dispersed and hidden in the back lawn of RBC (since worship is in the front). Please bring an Easter Basket or bag to collect eggs. All eggs will be filled with candy and will go home with participants. Questions? Contact Heather Oldham or office@ridgewoodlouisville.org.

In the case of inclement weather on March 28, we will utilize the RSVP system for Sanctuary worship, and we will postpone the Easter Egg Hunt to the following Sunday.

Easter Sunday, April 4:

11am, Outdoor Worship

Please follow the same parking directions and safety precautions as Palm Sunday’s Service.

We will be collecting items for flood relief in Eastern Kentucky (through CBF KY) as our final Giving Instead of Giving Up collection. The specific needed items will be communicated by and on Sunday, March 28, as needs are constantly changing in the relief efforts. Stay tuned!

We will have a wooden cross near the platform to place fresh flowers on. Please bring a couple of spring flowers to visibly celebrate death -- to LIFE! You may begin placing flowers on the cross as you arrive. The cross will have a wire mesh that will hold flower stems in place.

...And don’t forget a chair!

In the case of inclement weather, we will utilize the RSVP system for Sanctuary worship. However, even with rain, you are still encouraged to bring flowers to the cross sometime during the day on Easter, on RBC’s front porch.


To view the events of Lent, including Ash Wednesday and the letter from Cheryl Graham for donation items ("Giving Instead of Giving Up"), click here.