Good Friday and Easter Sunday

Jesus’ death and resurrection made a way for us to experience a new life, one free of the burden, guilt, and shame of our sin.
Come to any Epikos Church location at 7pm on April 15th, Good Friday, to remember the sacrifice Jesus made on the cross. And join us in celebrating the hope and newness of life brought by the resurrection of Jesus Christ the following Sunday, April 17th, Easter!

Easter Sunday times and locations

When you visit one of Epikos’s five campuses, you’ll discover real people committed to sorting through life’s big questions together. We know the insecurity that can come with being “new,” and we’re committed to helping you calm those “first-day jitters.” Instead of worrying about what to wear, where to sit, and if you’ll fit in, you’ll feel at home at Epikos.

East Side

Sundays
9:15am | 11:00am | 5:30pm

Mayfair Road

Sundays
9:15am | 11:00am

Sherman Park

Sundays
10:00am | 11:30am

West Allis

Sundays
9:00am | 11:00am

Online

Sundays
9:00am | 11:00am

What to expect

From Sunday morning worship to small groups and beyond, we’re here to help you know and follow Jesus.

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Meaningful worship

Our one-hour service includes prayer, music, and a relevant, Bible-based sermon. No matter where you are on your spiritual journey, our weekly service will help grow your faith. Check out some of our past messages →

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Weekly connection

Our Epikos Small Groups help you develop deep friendships with people who attend your campus. Prayer, study, and simply spending time together are the foundations of our weekly small group meetings. Learn more about Small Groups →

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Personal growth

Studying God’s Word will transform your life. Grow closer to God and discover how to use your time and talents to serve others. Find a spot to serve →

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Church unity

Multiple campuses allow us to grow big and stay small. Every campus has the same Sunday sermon, and Epikos Groups meet weekly throughout the year to discuss the sermon, pray, and build community.

Common Questions

What should I wear to a worship service?

When we say “come as you are,” we mean it! Feel free to wear something you’re comfortable in. You’ll see many people dressed casually.

What should I bring with me?

If you own a Bible, feel free to bring it or use a Bible app on your phone. We also provide free Bibles to anyone who needs them. 

Will I be the only first-time visitor when I attend?

Not at all! There are plenty of new faces every Sunday. You can expect a warm welcome from friendly people—but we won’t do anything to put you on the spot or draw unwanted attention to you.

Do you have programs for children and students?

Yes! While you’re in the worship service, your children can enjoy safe, fun, and age-appropriate lessons in Epikos Kids (infant to 4th grade). Older students (5th grade through 12th grade) can connect with friends through Epikos Students activities during the week. 

Do I have to have a certain set of beliefs to attend your church?

At Epikos, you’re welcome no matter where you are on your spiritual journey. Whether you’ve been following Jesus since you were young, are exploring the concept of faith for the first time, or fall somewhere in between, you have a place here. Let’s tackle those faith questions together.

Have additional questions or want to talk to someone?

We’d love to talk to you! Send us an email at info@epikos.org or message us on social media.