Easter 2011

Our acolyte Max concentrates on his task.

Our acolyte Max concentrates on his task.

If you shoot for a church, Easter is a busy time of year. Over Holy Week, I had the treat of shooting numerous events from Palm Sunday to Easter Sunday, including a Living Last Supper on Maundy Thursday and an Easter Egg Hunt, which had to go inside due to the cruddy weather in the Bluegrass. Here are a few of my favorite shots from the week.

At sunrise service, Kay admires God's creation while Kyle preaches about Christ's resurrection.

In addition to Easter, a dozen of our youth celebrated Confirmation.

An Easter Egg hunter adds to his collection.

This was the second time around for our Living Last Supper, a presentation in which the last supper is acted out and each of the disciples and a couple others step forward to say how they came to Jesus and what their lives were like after the resurrection.

I joked that if Woody was suffering from allergies after Easter services, this shot would explain it.

Some of our new confirmands share a laugh after the service.

Kyle preaches in the Lexington Cemetary.

Dividing up the spoils of the Easter egg hunt.

One of the great MaxPres Easter traditions: A pair of youth bring in the cross, which had been adorned with flowers as church members enter the service, as we sing Lift High the Cross.

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