Desktop Meditation: Easter Joy
Watch and download a reflection with joyful photos of United Methodists around the world, set to music by the Africa University Choir. View
Resources for the Easter Season
Readings and worship resources to mark the special season. Read More
A short film about death and resurrection
In this feature, Chuck Knows Church calls all "Easter people" to think about death and the celebration we can look forward to through the Resurrection. View
Ancient traditions still influence Easter
All-night vigils, baptisms, communion - and welcoming all worshippers - are more important than fancy clothes. Read More
Which came first: Easter or the eggs?
Ever wonder about the origin of popular symbols of Easter? Here's a guide to traditions such as decorated eggs, lilies and Peter Cottontail. Read More
Why did Jesus have to die?
As every Christian knows, Jesus freely died for our sins. But was there a less brutal way for God and humanity to be reconciled? Read More
Mary Magdalene: Apostle or harlot?
In the Bible, she is among the first to bear witness to Christ's resurrection. But she still has a reputation as the Gospels' bad girl. Read More
Did Jesus descend into hell or to the dead?
The phrase in the Apostles' Creed offers one answer to what Jesus did between Good Friday and Easter. Read More
Sharing Easter with your children
Ways to talk with children about Jesus’ death and resurrection, and ideas for preparing for Easter as a family, including making banners. Read More
The Importance of the Egg: Children and Easter
Experts aged five to ten and the Rev. MaryJane Pierce Norton discuss Easter eggs, "the symbol of the new life that we received in Christ." View