Easter services across the valley
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Egg hunt

WILMINGTON - The annual Easter egg hunt will be held at Twin Valley Elementary School at 9 am on Saturday, March 31, and is open to children up to sixth grade.





Sunrise service

WHITINGHAM - There will be an Easter Sunrise Service on Town Hill on Sunday, April 1, at 7 am, sponsored by the Jacksonville Community Church. Coffee will be available. All are welcome. For more information call (802) 368-2205.





Special service

JACKSONVILLE - There will be a special Easter service celebrating the risen Lord on Sunday, April 1, at 9:15 am at the Jacksonville Community Church. All are welcome. For more information call (802) 368-2205.





“Fearsome and Wonderful” service

MARLBORO - On Sunday, April 1, the public is invited for an Easter sunrise service at the Marlboro Meeting House at 6:30 am. Pastor Michael Mario’s Easter message is “Fearsome and Wonderful.” The Scripture reading will be Matthew 28:1-20. Hymns include “Morning Has Broken,” “I Love To Tell The Story,” and “Christ The Lord Is Risen Today.” Pastor Mario will provide special music.

Potluck breakfast follows the service and all are invited to participate. There is a chair lift to the second floor. Marlboro Meeting House is located on South Road, one-half mile from Route 9.
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