All the Details
Everyone! You don’t have to be part of the King of Kings family. We invite the whole Omaha Metro to join us for this powerful worship experience. Come one, come all. The more the merrier so bring along some friends, family, neighbors or even perfect strangers while you are at it. Fill a whole section if you want…actually that would be really awesome if you did. High-five and tip-of-the hat to you if you can pull that one off!
IS IT FREE?
You bet it is! Completely free, no tickets required. We’ll even give you free parking!
HOW DO I GET THERE?
It’s easy! The Baxter Arena is located in the Aksarben Village area near 72nd & Center. Click here to get directions.
WILL THERE BE CHILDCARE?
Unfortunately, there is no childcare available at the Baxter Arena.
But don’t let that stop you from bringing your little ones along. Easter at the Baxter is a high-energy, engaging worship experience for all ages. If your kids start to get a bit antsy, there is plenty of room for your kiddos to get up and run around.
WHAT’S IT LIKE?
Easter Worship at the Baxter Arena is like no other worship experience in Omaha. Imagine your favorite concert… now swap out that band for ours and add in some amazing preachers and special surprises. It’s a high-energy, exciting way to celebrate our risen Savior! Come as you are. No need to dress up…unless you have an awesome new Easter hat you’ve been dying to wear.
WHAT IF I HAVE SPECIAL NEEDS?
We are ready to meet your special needs. Our worship music and message are interpreted for the hearing impaired with live sign language. A reserved section is available in the front rows on the left side of the floor seating for those who would like to utilize this service and their families.
We also have handicap parking available in Lot 22 at the Baxter Arena. Special seating is reserved near the stage area of the arena level for those in wheelchairs to sit along with their family and friends. We have volunteers there who are happy to assist so don’t be afraid to ask.
WHAT IF I CAN’T BE THERE?
Bummer! The good news is we have our annual Easter Sunrise Worship at King of Kings at 6:30am. And if you aren’t able to make that either, you can tune into this website at 10am on Easter for a livestream of worship from the Baxter Arena.