An annual joy is Easter Worship & Feast! This year we gathered to hear the resurrection story from Luke, and consider how the women were called to remember. We then remembered people who have shared God’s love with us. Moving from worship to feast, we added those memories on butterflies to the Easter balloon installation. From enthusiastic song, meaningful communion, fun company, and celebratory cakes, Princeton Presbyterians launched into the final season of the academic year with joy and hope.
Thanks to all the hands that prepared food, decorated, worshipped, cleaned, and ate—each person made Easter Sunday that much more of a celebration.
The Easter surprises continued as the balloon installation made its way throughout Nassau to later decorate Niles Chapel for Breaking Bread Worship, as a devotional tool for the Mission & Outreach Committee, and finally to adorn the children’s choir space as they concluded their season.
We look forward to continuing the Easter season as we conclude Breaking Bread Worship for the academic year and bless graduating students on Sunday, May 12, 6:30PM in Niles Chapel.