The Magazine of The Evangelical Lutheran Church in America


Easter: Promise of life

Adorning the cross in greens and flowers even butterfiles celebrates the end of death

As Lutherans, we rejoice at the sign of an empty corss on Easter morning, knowing Jesus has risen from the dead. Some congregations take the symbolism a step further, adorning the cross with greenery and flowers to celebrate the new life God provides through the Resurrection.

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