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Destination Downtown: He is risen!

Published:Tuesday | April 7, 2015 | 12:00 AM
Ushers at the Pentecostal City Mission Church on Brunt Street in Denham Town examine the Easter Sunday programme.
The band beats a lively tune at the Pentecostal City Mission Church on Brunt Street in Denham Town.
Members of the police force join the congregation at the Pentecostal City Mission Church on Brunt Street in Denham Town.
Members of the choir at the Pentecostal City Mission Church on Brunt Street in Denham Town belt out a lively song.
Little Simeika Telfer (right) holds the hand of Amorie Robinson as she helps her along West Street in Hanna Town towards the nearby St John's United Church.
The choir at the Coke Methodist Church in downtown Kingston was a joy to listen to.
Members of the Mount Carmel Revival Chuch enjoying the service.
Members of the congregation of the Coke Methodist Church join the singing.
Young drummer Yoneil Francis produced a beat that had everyone moving their feet at the Mount Carmel Revival Church in Denham Town.
Bishop Donavon Morgan is royal as he enters the Mount Carmel Revival Chuch to start the service.
Worshipers at the Pentecostal Tabernacle on Wildman Street showed the emotions as they enjoyed the service.
The usual massive crowd turned out for service at the Pentecostal Tabernacle on Wildman Street.
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With most of the churches in downtown Kingston packed last Sunday as worshippers marked Easter Sunday The Gleaner's chief photographer, Norman Grindley, captured much of the action.