Easter Sunday service at the Lincoln Memorial in Washington DC

For the first time ever, I attended the Easter Sunday Sunrise Service sponsored by Capital Church in McLean VA today at the Lincoln Memorial in Washington DC.  In 2014, I had attended a service at Arlington Cemetery and filmed it.  But this service lasting about 70 minutes, was “contemporary” in style.

Here is a list of clips.

1  (birds, while waiting for Uber, which did come right away;  Metro wasn’t open yet)

2  The hymn “He’s Alive” reminded me of a Sunday night service in August 1979 at the old MCC Dallas (long before the Cathedral of Hope got built in Dallas) where a young man sung this with his guitar and a woman, paralyzed, got up and walked.  I actually saw this.

3  “Praise the Lord”

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At the end, there was an evangelical appeal to people to raise their hands as a sign of personal commitment to Christ, in public.  This is more common at evangelical services.

(Posted: Sunday, April 16, 2017 at 2 PM EDT)

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