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Wednesday, April 06, 2011


Trinity Lutheran, Pembroke Pines, invites the entire community to its annual EASTER SERVICES AND EVENTS.

On Easter Sunday April 24th, Trinity will host three services, an Easter Egg Hunt, Easter Breakfast, and Choral Cantata.

At 6:30 AM, Trinity begins the day as the sun rises with its Candlelight Outdoor Holy Communion Service which will be located this year on the lawn in front of its main hall east of the sanctuary within its extensive Butterfly Gardens.

Folding chairs will be provided, but folks are free to bring with them blankets or beach chairs as they wish.

A pancake breakfast will be available for a nominal cost per person from 7:30 AM until 10 AM within the hall served and prepared by Trinity’s Men’s Group and other volunteers

At 8 AM, the services move inside for Trinity’s traditional Easter Morning Holy Communion Service.

At 9:30 AM, children and their families are invited to participate in Trinity’s Easter Egg Hunt and Easter activities. Those participating should meet right in front of the main hall (“Charter Hall”) located east of the sanctuary where instructions will be given.

At 10 AM, as children activities continue, Trinity’s Cantata Choir under the direction of Jacob Smitter will perform its 2011 Easter Cantata “Majesty.” This free performance will take place in the sanctuary and run approximately 35 minutes.

At 11 AM Trinity’s Easter Holy Communion Family Service will commence within the sanctuary. With special readings, interactive dialogues, songs, hymns and more, this service is tailored to meet the needs of all ages and will conclude with the traditional mass singing of Handel’s “Hallelujah Chorus.” Special soloists, Trinity’s Young Person’s Chorus and Hand Chimes will also be providing music for this memorable service.

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