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What Was Your Easter Sunday Like?

Easter Sunday was a little different at my church.  In fact, I have never experienced one quite like this one.

Most people are used to going to church on Easter and seeing the same basic thing each time.  Most women wear a nice new Easter-y dress.  White shoes can once again be worn.  Men who rarely wear suits are dressed to the nines.  For far too many, Easter is a bit about putting on a show.

Well, we had a some show at our church, but not that kind.  Few people in our church dress up and Easter Sunday was no different.  There were few suits worn.

Instead, we looked like most any other Sunday.  We had more people and kicked off a second service.  And who appeared at our services?

The Watoto Children’s Choir.

The Watoto Children’s Choir is from Uganda.  It is filled with orphan children who are ministered to in the name of Christ by loving people who are called to this ministry.

The children sang and danced their way through our service.  Our Easter Sunday was truly a celebration of what Easter is really all about.

If you have a chance, check out the Watotos here  on the Interwebs.  Better yet, if the Lord leads, support a child through their ministry.

Have you ever heard of the Watoto Children’s Choir?  Have you ever heard the Watoto Children’s Choir?

  1. robshep
    April 7, 2015 at 9:33 am

    That’s awesome! They are really good. I saw them at a conference a few years back.

  2. April 7, 2015 at 10:43 am

    They’ve performed at our church several times over the years. We’ve also sent teams over to Uganda to build dorms for them.

    My wife and I haven’t felt called yet to go, but our day will come.

    Amazing stories and a testimony to God.

  3. April 7, 2015 at 11:54 am

    Never heard them. Sounds like a great way to celebrate!

  4. April 7, 2015 at 1:14 pm

    Yes I have heard them and their testimony. What an privilege to have them for Easter Sunday. I like that your church did not major on the clothes and hoopla of the holiday. I don’t think people changed their dress for the crucifiction or even the resurrection. Only Jesus change his…to blood soak to blood free after resurrection. Like this post.

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