Easter Sunday Re-Opening at St. John’s Baptist Church

There was electricity in the atmosphere Easter Sunday 2022 when St. John’s Baptist Church, Scotch Plains, NJ re-opened its house of worship “The Dome.” This blessed Easter Sunday service marked the first in person fellowship after 2 years of closure due to COVID-19. Pastor Shawn T. Wallace Sr., along with family and staff graciously welcomed returning church parishioners to a festive environment and a few new church upgrades. An informative presentation from Jo-Ann Robinson of First Prestige Insurance Group regarding affordable life/burial insurance options was discussed due to the massive number of COVID-19 related lives lost. Shawn Wallace Jr. presented and produced an inspiring Easter Resurrection video. Pastor Wallace’s sermon followed titled “Why the Resurrection Matters.”

Photos by: Karen Waters

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