Whether you attend church services regularly or have a family tradition to go for major holidays, missing out on Easter this year feels especially sad. Easter is a celebration of hope and new life that we look forward each year! And of course, it’s always a joy to watch a crowd of children eagerly hunting for Easter eggs. Thankfully, Easter is not something that can be cancelled or postponed. Easter is Easter and it comes whether we are ready or not and it comes whether we can meet together or not. Easter is a reminder that death and despair do not have the last word! Even if we are sheltered in our own homes, we can rejoice in the hope that Easter brings. Here are some ways you can celebrate Easter with your family during shelter-in-place and social distancing.