Last week was a special week at our church. In observance of Holy Week (the week preceding Easter Sunday), there were brief services at midday the first three days. Then, on Wednesday evening, a Seder meal was held. This was the first such meal I had ever attended, and I found it to be very informative.
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A special Maundy Thursday service featured a reading of "The Women's Tale." This was a new presentation at our church, although it has been done in many sites through the years.
Good Friday presented another opportunity for a special church service, all leading up to a glorious Easter Sunday!
I did not visit any blogs on Sunday, so I must be checking in to see what has been going on with you.
This is a new week, with a lot going on for many. I hope today will be a good one for you.
Thank you for reading. I really appreciate your comments.
We certainly had a gorgeous day for our Easter remembrances yesterday! It was a wonderful day all around for us, and today I plan to be a lazy bum! I have that perfected to a fine art form, you know! :-) Have a lovely day, Sister!ReplyDelete
Nellie, Yesterday was so good , from start to finish....I could live like that forever. I am blessed. xoxo,SusieReplyDelete
I love all of the things you did for Easter week. I would like to hear what they did for the Seder. Did you eat the food?ReplyDelete
Have a lovely Monday.
Yesterday was a glorious sunny day!ReplyDelete
I hope this is a great week for you Nellie!
such a wonderful week, have a beautiful Easter Monday!ReplyDelete
Hello Nellie , Easter was wonderful , hoping everyone can keep the love and faith for now and ever more .Nellie thank you for letting us tag along with you last week , such a nice trip . Thanks for sharing :)ReplyDelete
I love Easter week and a new beginning. I have a new blog post finally.ReplyDelete
I didn't get around to reading blogs yesterday either. A busy day with church.ReplyDelete
It sounds like you had a glorious Easter week, Nellie. It is wonderful that you are so involved in church and all that it offers you. I love how much you "give back", too.ReplyDelete
I hope you have a wonderful week. xo Diana
I never attended a seder meal although they had one at our church one year. Sounds informative as they explain what it represent.ReplyDelete
Have a great week.
I'm sure your Easter was very blessed. It was a beautiful weekend of weather for us after such a long weekend.ReplyDelete