Serenity draws hundreds to outdoor Easter service at Juno Beach pier


Easter service at Juno Beach Fishing Pier is Sunday morning (Photo/Rich Graulich)

Thousands of Easter worshippers — floating on surfboards, dressed in pajamas and toting their fishing poles — are once again expected Sunday morning at the annual sunrise service at the end of the 990-foot-long Juno Beach Fishing Pier.

The sunrise service has been drawing larger crowds every year since Holy Spirit Lutheran Church began the event 13 years ago, said Frank Wagner, pastor of the 500-member church on A1A in Juno Beach.

See the full story in The Palm Beach Post.


Hundreds are expected to attend (Photo/Bill Ingram)

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