In case you aren’t already aware, there is no singing time on Easter Sunday. That means no Singing time 2 weeks in a row. First General Conference directly followed by Easter. But if you plan your singing time in April accordingly, you have nothing to worry about!
The First Presidency’s directive for Easter Sunday is Sacrament meetings only, with a Christ-centered focus. More details are in this Church News article HERE. It states:
To commemorate the Atonement and Resurrection of Jesus Christ, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints will conduct only sacrament meetings in wards and branches on Easter Sunday, April 9, with worship services — including messages and music — to center on the Savior.
So enjoy the day off of singing time! Instead, spend it with your family while reflecting on the Savior’s death, crucifixion and miraculous atonement!
Other Easter Celebrations
On Easter Sunday, make sure to check out all these Easter celebrations available through the Tabernacle Choir:
- Music and the Spoken Word
- Easter with the Tabernacle Choir Playlists
- Stream Prior Choir Easter Performances
- Find Inspirational Easter Videos about Jesus Christ
- Additional Choir Easter Music, Video, and Performance Resources
Get all the links for these resources HERE.
Don't Get Behind in Singing Time
Make sure you fit everything in during April with no second hour meetings! Check out April’s 2023 Singing Time To-Go. You won’t miss a beat because the entire month is already mapped out for you. Find more details HERE here.
What's Your Singing Time Preference?
Would you prefer to have singing time on Easter Sunday or are you welcoming the 2-week break? And do you think this is the new norm for Easter Sunday like it has become for Christmas Sunday? Leave a comment with your thoughts as I’d love to hear!
I think I’m really looking forward to the break. I mean, how often does that happen??