Our First Easter Garden was Meaningful

An Easter Garden brought focus and deeper meaning to worship at St. George’s Georgetown this Lent and Easter.

Designed by Janet Armstrong and Sue Graham, St. George’s first Easter Garden was powerful addition to worship.

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Our Easter Garden during the season of Lent.

In Lent, the garden was dotted with succulent plants and decorated with stick crosses and a number of stones.

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Our Easter Garden on Easter Day!

At Easter, small flowering succulents were added, the round stone was rolled away from the tomb-like stone.

Many parishioners were moved by its symbolic meaning and delighted were by its enhanced beauty on Easter Day.

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