Roman soldiers, witnesses to the Resurrection, were paid to deny it. Since then Easter observances and traditions have taken a completely secular turn, denying all over again the Resurrection of Our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. Several years ago, Resurrection House For All Nations was charged to take the story of Jesus' death, burial and resurrection to the streets and to spread the good news far and wide that Jesus is Risen from the dead and alive today.
departing at 10 am
from Union City to Midtown Atlanta
The Resurrection Parade, the only one of its kind, will travel 25 miles through the south metro region, departing Resurrection House For All Nations in Union City and going through College Park, East Point, the West End community, and ending in Piedmont Park in Midtown Atlanta. The Parade consists of a motorcade of floats depicting the story of Jesus' death, burial and resurrection interspersed by nearly 100 cars decorated with personal testimonies of God's faithfulness in the lives of believers.