Millions of Christians prepare for Easter in the traditional manner, giving up certain pleasures, praying and contemplating the resurrection of Christ, the principal event of their faith.
At the Episcopal Church of the Good Shepherd in Tequesta, a group of about 20 people used art as a direct channel to experience their faith.
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