Christianity is a tweet in 30 characters: "Christ is risen from the Dead." The women went in grief to the tomb on Easter Sunday. They found it to be empty and an angelic messenger telling them that he was not there and that he had risen. They shared that "Good News" with the disciples.
Early Easter Sunday morning I walked my dog through a beautiful churchyard close to our home. A woman parked her vehicle and entered the building long before the scheduled service. I noted that she appeared to be wearing a fur coat.
Well, that was quick! It seems like just a few days ago I was taking down my Christmas tree. As a snow guy, I must admit I missed having a few white stuff weather events for the opportunity for some Diefenbaker toboggan runs. The bonus of the flip side is that spring and everything that is good about it is roaring in to our region with a stretch of weather that has been unbelievable.
The remaining 13 tenants who've been given notice to clear out of a Whalley apartment building by the end of May are fighting for the right to stay put.
“Ed and I came out to Doug Bury’s Anthrim Lodge at Rosco on the banks of the Willowemoc on the evening of April 12, the day before opening.
Sunny skies brought throngs of families to Queen's Park for some Easter fun.
The Easter Bunny could be spotted in Tsawwassen last Saturday for a civic-sponsored Easter event (below) as well as in Ladner Village on Sunday for the Ladner Business Association's annual Easter parade and egg hunt (right). More photos on Page 21 and at www.delta-optimist. com.
OMG! When I sat down to write my column over the Easter weekend, I realized this was number 20, which is probably a good time to reflect.
The Ladner Business Association is once again showing its community colours by hosting the annual Easter parade and egg hunt in Ladner Village.
Peter Cottontail is hopping on down the bunny trail into Burnaby this weekend and there are plenty of fun events planned for his arrival. But Easter events for the kids aren't the only things happening - there is lots going on in the city.
Once again with spring comes the events and celebrations of Easter.
SHEER coincidence? Maybe not. God is reputed to move in mysterious ways his wonders to perform.
With the sun forecast to shine in New Westminster for much of the Easter long weekend, it's a great time to get out and enjoy springtime in the city. We're continuing with our popular feature, The Record's Top Five (or More) Things to Do This Weekend and have a variety of suggestions, including some Easter fun. Here are our offerings for the March 29 to 31 weekend.
Queen's Park will be hopping with activity for this year's Easter festivities.
Musicians from across Metro Vancouver will convene on Coquitlam tonight (Friday) to highlight one of the holiest days on the Christian calendar.
Tillers Folly: Local Celtic/ Americana band performs Friday, March 29 at Blue Frog studio/concert hall, White Rock. Tickets $35, bluefrogstudios.ca/newshows.html.
. Lego fans can put their creative minds to work and build something awesome. Lego Mania takes place at the Maple Ridge Library at 2 p.m. Participants can bring their own Lego or use the library's Lego. Info: Maple Ridge Library at 604-4677417.
No less than three community Easter egg hunts are being held on Sunday, March 31.
It started off as a small group simply enjoying the ability to paint together.