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Show us your Easter!

A great idea over at “Church Marketing Sucks” made us think that we should ask you, wonderful readers of The Episcopal Cafe, “Show us your Easter!” What images, video, sermons, publicity, bulletins, etc. helped to make your church’s Easter come alive?

Write about your Easter in the comments or post links in the comments to your images on the web. Show us your Easter!

See your Easter?

From Church Marketing Sucks

Last week we started something new and asked you to show us your Easter. A handful of you participated and we got a glimpse of what Easter looked like, from marketing materials to the events itself. It’s fun to see what churches are up to.


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Follow this link to see one of my favorite Easter images coming out of the Diocese of Fort Worth. The photo was taken by Lefty Brandon, and it shows Mother ClayOla Gitane lighting the Paschal Candle at Christ the King, one of our parishes that has been displaced from its building by people who have left The Episcopal Church. I think this photo captures the hope, the beauty, and the yearning toward the Light that has enveloped our diocese in the last two-and-a-half years since our former bishop left TEC and tried to take our name and our property with him. In the midst of the litigation, we remain focused on the Light.

Katie Sherrod

Fort Worth

Debra Bullock

Triduum and Easter photos can be seen here for St. Mark’s in Evanston, Illinois.

Good Friday featured John Stainer’s “The Crucifixion”

Tommy Dillon+

Here is a link to Easter pictures from St Aidan’s in San Francisco

Richard E. Helmer

Lots of folk this year for a splendid Triduum and Easter Day at Church of Our Saviour!

Pictures are here.

Audio from our Easter Vigil is here.

Tim Sean

A thunderstorm caused our power to go out right before the Eucharist during our 10:30 Mass Easter Sunday and we sat in relative darkness. As it were, we had whole bunches of candles already lit and it was nothing but a thing…

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