Tuesday, March 22, 2016
Overcoming the Small Church Easter Sunday Blues
Many small churches prepare for Easter Sunday under an unseen burden.
he resurrection of Jesus is the greatest event in history.
But Easter has an unseen downside for many small churches.
Right now, all around the world, churches are excitedly preparing for Easter Sunday. Lilies are being arranged, Passion Plays are being staged, Easter eggs being stuffed and hidden, extra services are added.
We may have drifted away from a lot of important things, but the Sunday that still matters most is the day we celebrate the resurrection of Jesus.
But the Easter attendance spike is not universal. There are many small churches that prepare for Easter Sunday under an unseen burden.
In many small churches, Easter Sunday is one of the lowest-attended, most challenging days of the year. Read More
Posted by Robin G. Jordan at 11:59 AM