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Acts 8 Movement offers Easter Service invitations you may individualize for your parish

Acts 8 Movement offers Easter Service invitations you may individualize for your parish

The Acts 8 Movement is once again offering a video Episcopal churches may use for free to advertise their Easter liturgies. Following the success of a Lenten cartoon, this year’s Easter invitation is made in the same style. This Easter video follows on the heels of similar projects released periodically since Advent 2015. You may download the video below to post to your own Facebook page, or just link to one of the YouTube videos found here, or to the Facebook videos posted on the Acts 8 Movement Facebook page.

The English-language video file.

El archivo de video en español.

If you have someone in your parish who can play around and experiment with the invitation as animated gif files;

The English-language animated GIF file.

El archivo GIF animado en español.


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