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Youths Re-Enact Resurrection Day

The day marks the resurrection of Jesus Christ after he was crucified.
18 Apr 2022 11:50
Youths Re-Enact Resurrection Day
Members of the Namaka Methodist Church during their march in Votualevu, Nadi. Photo: Waisea Nasokia

A sacred day for Christians, Easter is a symbol of hope, renewal and growth.

The day marks the resurrection of Jesus Christ after he was crucified.

At the World Harvest Centre yes­terday, 250 youths re-enacted the or­deal Jesus Christ endured on Mount Calvary centuries ago.

Head of Production, Vasiti Seru, 31, said time was not on their side as they had to complete such hard pro­duction in just eight days.

“It was definitely not easy for us but to see that people were emo­tional as our performance touched their hearts, was overwhelming,” she said.

“We did not lose faith as every­thing is possible with God. We are blessed to have minister to thou­sands of people here about the life of Jesus.”

Resurrection Day March

In Nadi, members of the Namaka Methodist Church congregation braved the hot sun for a march led by Reverend Peniasi Tora.

The march began from Fiji Air­ways Academy bus stop in Namaka to the Kenani Methodist Church in Malawai housing.

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