Thousands of people are expected to come together for a morning of communal worship on Sunday at the Annual Community Easter Sunrise Service. This marks the 28th year for this special service, which begins at 7 a.m. at First Security Amphitheater.
Organized by Pulaski Heights United Methodist Church, this ecumenical service features music from several churches and supports Immerse Arkansas through a special offering opportunity. The mission of this organization is to prepare older and former foster youth for adulthood by connecting them to existing resources and sustainable networks of support.
Music will be offered by the combined choirs of PHUMC, St. Edward Catholic Church and First Baptist Church of North Little Rock. Attendees are encouraged to dress casual and bring their own lawn chairs and blankets. Pets are welcome with a leash.
For more information, visit www.CommunitySunriseService.com.