Bayside West hosts Easter services at new home

Church will preach message of hope
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Bayside West Community Church will host Easter services for the first time at its permanent location. The church plant used to meet in a middle school before settling into a building on Foothills Boulevard in October. Bayside West is a member of the Bayside Covenant Church, headquartered in Granite Bay. Bayside West’s Easter services will preach a message of hope and inspiration. “There is hope in the Easter message and people are in desperate need of hope right now,” said Senior Pastor Chuck Wysong. “It’s all about knowing that there is a God that loves us.” The message topic will be “What Difference Does Easter Make?” Attendees can expect a relevant message, high-energy music and engaging environments for children that include bounce houses and special treats, according to a press release. The Easter services launch a new message series called “God, I Have a Question for You,” which officially begins Sunday, May 1. Wysong is asking community members to send in questions they have always wanted to ask God, or questions they are confused about. “I want to go after questions like, ‘Why would you allow bad things to happen to good people?’ and ‘Is Jesus really returning on May 21 like the signs around town say?’” Wysong said. Bayside West Community Church’s Easter services take place at 8 a.m., 9:30 a.m. and 11 a.m. Sunday, April 24, at 10020 Foothills Blvd. in Roseville. Children’s ministry for kids up to 5 years old will be available at all services. Programs for older children will be available at 9:30 a.m. and 11 a.m. ~ Sena Christian