More Easter News

Can you believe that it’s almost Easter?

Hamm’s wants everyone to know that they have spiral cut, honey glazed Easter hams available for sale on their website here.

Hamm's Easter Hams For Sale On-line

Hamm's Easter Hams For Sale On-line

I passed by St. Peter’s Episcopal Church this morning and there was a crew of church members out working on the grounds, sprucing up for a visit from their bishop tomorrow, Palm Sunday.  It was amazing walking by as everyone was working and I could hear others inside singing, practicing.  There was such a wonderful feeling of excitement in the air and one of the people there said that they would be having in a donkey for the kids.  I hope they have a wonderful Palm Sunday.

St. Peters Gearing Up For Palm Sunday

St. Peters Gearing Up For Palm Sunday

St. Peter’s is a very active community member, offering annual treats like pancakes and portraits with Santa and other events throughout the year.  It is also a beautiful building.  The front of the building has beautiful stained glass that would look so lovely with the church lit inside.  Their Easter services will be at 8:00, 9:30, and 11:00.

St. Peter's Gearing Up for Palm Sunday

St. Peter's Gearing Up for Palm Sunday

I walked by the old church on Davis Street because I’d noticed a sign up advertising something for Easter there as well.

Davis Street Church Advertising For Easter Too

Davis Street Church Advertising For Easter Too

The group that bought the church is a fairly new congregation called VLife, currently over in Adriatica.  The sign is advertising an Easter play called “Conversations” that will be  performed at 10:30 on Easter Sunday.  Billing George Fuller as “The Devil” and Jon Lee as God, this looks like it could be really cute in a C.S. Lewis kind of way.  The play is $10 for adults and $5 for kids.  I’m assuming the play will be performed at their Adriatica location because this site still looks like it needs a lot of TLC before it can entertain guests. A catered brunch will be served immediately following the play. For more information, check out their Facebook page.

Until next time,

Happy Shopping!

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