The First Presbyterian Church of Port Angeles held an Easter Sunrise Service modified to meet COVID-19 protocols. Almost 50 worshippers gathered in a circle near the back entrance of the church at 7 a.m. in sunny weather but 40 degrees. The group sang songs and heard the story of Jesus’ resurrection. The Rev. Matt Paul, in beret, leads the service while Bruce Emery played the music. (Dave Logan/for Peninsula Daily News)

The First Presbyterian Church of Port Angeles held an Easter Sunrise Service modified to meet COVID-19 protocols. Almost 50 worshippers gathered in a circle near the back entrance of the church at 7 a.m. in sunny weather but 40 degrees. The group sang songs and heard the story of Jesus’ resurrection. The Rev. Matt Paul, in beret, leads the service while Bruce Emery played the music. (Dave Logan/for Peninsula Daily News)

Easter Sunrise Service

Dave Logan

For Peninsula Daily News

The First Presbyterian Church of Port Angeles held an Easter Sunrise Service modified to meet COVID-19 protocols. Almost 50 worshippers gathered in a circle near the back entrance of the church at 7 a.m. in sunny weather despite the temperature sitting at 40 degrees. The group sang songs and heard the story of Jesus’ resurrection. The Rev. Matt Paul, in beret, led the service while Bruce Emery played the music.

Worshippers at the First Presbyterian Church were greeted with the church steps full of Easter lilies shining in the morning light of Easter. (Dave Logan/for Peninsula Daily News)

Worshippers at the First Presbyterian Church were greeted with the church steps full of Easter lilies shining in the morning light of Easter. (Dave Logan/for Peninsula Daily News)

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