Continuing Home

The ongoing saga of a Continuing Anglican church home, as seen by a member of the laity.

Sunday, March 23, 2008

Easter Day

A service not to be missed this morning with Choir, Flute and Harp, not to mention Josephine's signature pyrotechnic postlude -- okay, maybe substitute "professional" for "pyrotechnic" today, but I note that more and more folks don't leave their pews until the postlude is concluded. And for good reason; few churches are blessed with such professional talent.

About the only thing missing was the incense, but then we have some folks for whom incense is a problem.

"The Choir and Ministers" sang Easter Anthems for the processional instead of having a processional hymn, something that seemed to confuse folks for a few seconds, but they caught on quickly enough. And after our spare Lenten services, this was celebration indeed.

The Miller Menagerie prepared the excellent brunch afterward, followed by "panangelicum" (Kathy's word) upstairs with an Easter Egg (and candy) hunt in the Nave, it being a bit on the wet side outside. I wonder how much more candy will turn up next Sunday.


  • At 6:46 AM, Blogger Death Bredon said…

    . . .incense is still a problem . . .

    Ah yes, ye ole Protestant cough, I take it.

  • At 9:18 AM, Blogger Continuing Home said…

    Actually, we have at least one case where there is a severe respiratory issue. And one or two where I cannot say.


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