Metro Tab Church Celebrates Easter Sunday With Easter Message And Petting Zoo For Kids

Thursday, April 1, 2021

Metropolitan Tabernacle Church invites all to celebrate "Easter at MTC" as they "experience all that Jesus is." 

Senior Pastor's Dr. Steve and Reita Ball will be bringing the message. The Worship will be led by Pastor's Adam and Olivia Aziz and Metro Praise and Band. 

"We also invite your kiddos to celebrate Easter at our Metro Kidz Petting Zoo," officials said. "They will experience the Easter message, games, prizes, candy and fun with our animal friends."  Youth Pastor's Larry and Chanel will also be on hand to assist. 

The service starts at 10:30 a.m.

and can be viewed live on Facebook, Instagram, You Tube or at www.metrotab.net. Online Campus Pastor Travis Kilgore will be interacting with online viewers. 

Meet the Pastor's and Senior Staff under the tent right after service.


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