Tri-State churches bringing in more people on Easter Sunday
By Nick Adams, Multimedia Journalist - bio | email
The faithful gathered for worship in churches around the Tri-States Sunday on the most sacred day of the year for Christians.
Hundreds of people made their way into St. John's Anglican Parish this morning to celebrate the resurrection of their savior. Father Patrick Smith said he continues to see massive crowds especially on Easter because it can give Christians a new perspective on life.
"It's the beginning of a whole new way of being. A whole new way of relating to one another. A whole new way of seeing ourselves and seeing the wonder of the universe God has so beautifully crafted together," Smith said.
Smith hopes Easter's celebration is another way to get people to grow stronger in their faith.
Thursday, August 28 2014 5:39 PM EDT2014-08-28 21:39:51 GMT
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