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You're invited to Easter
at King of Kings Online Campus

Life can be overwhelming. Ever feel like you’re running on empty? Join us this Easter as we celebrate Jesus’ resurrection, and the hope we have when we look up to Him.

This year we have a 10AM (CDT) Easter experience, as well as an interactive 360 VR experience. You can get more info on both services below.

We’re also giving away a pair of AirPod Pros to one lucky winner to celebrate Easter!

They’ll help you to take your online church experience to the next level with primo sound for our streaming services.  Get yourself entered now.

Looking for in-person worship times at our Omaha Campus?
Head over here for all of that info. 


Easter Sunday, April 17

10AM (CST) with live chat

What to expect: You’re invited to join us for our high-energy, fast-moving, interactive online Easter service right from wherever you are. This experience is designed for all ages and features a live chat at 10AM (CDT) to connect with our online community. Want to take your Easter celebration to the next level? Invite your friends and family to join you at your home for a watch party and Easter brunch.


 VR (Virtual Reality) Easter (On-demand 24-7)

What to expect: Want to experience Easter in a brand-new way? This year we’re creating an online Easter experience shot in 360 degrees — so you can feel like you’re in the room with us from wherever you are. Just strap on your Virtual Reality (VR) headsets and join us for a totally immersive online church experience- anytime, 24-7.

Don’t have VR headsets? No problem, request a free pair here or simply move your mobile device around to explore the stunning 360 views during the service. (Pro Tip: you can also click and drag around the screen on your computer or mobile device to see the entire room.) You will watch this worship experience on YouTube with your smartphones in the VR headsets.

Need help using VR headsets with a phone to watch the video? Check out this video tutorial.