About 20 congregation members swept past the faint scent of Easter lilies in the small entry of the 160-year-old Christ Episcopal Church and Christ Lutheran Chapel building in Elizabethtown for the 8 a.m. Easter service.
The Rev. Alice Nichols, rector of the church for nearly four years, likes the extra candles, lilies and attendees that accompany Easter services every year.
She said it gives her the chance to tell more people about the death and resurrection of Jesus.
“In a way, every Sunday is Easter,” she said.