Easter Sunrise Service is celebrated at the Ramona Bowl Amphitheater after a 2-year hiatus

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Brian Hawkins, pastor of the Divine Appointment Worship Center in San Jacinto, poses with his family, his wife Terri Hawkins and their children Naariah, Emmanuel Hawkins and Taia McNeill and Ta’Liyah Williams before leading the Easter Sunrise Service at the Ramona Bowl Amphitheater in Hemet. Hawkins is also an elected member of the San Jacinto City Council. Valley News/Tony Ault photo
“Roll away the stones in your life” was the message from Brian E. Hawkins, pastor of the Divine Appointment Worship Center in San Jacinto, at the 94th annual Easter Sunrise Service at the Ramona Bowl in Hemet Easter morning Sunday, April 17.Hawkins, along with worship leader John Rowe, were called upon by the Kiwanis Club of Hemet, to lead the Christian service at the Ramona Bowl Amphitheater on Ramona Bowl Road in Hemet. The 94th annual Kiwanis Club sponsored event drew more than 150 Christian followers, following a two-year hiatus due to COVID-19.Hawkins, with his family watching, gave the message, “This Stone is Heavy,” referring to the large burial stone in front of the tomb of Jesus Christ who died more than 2,000 years after being crucified on the cross by Roman soldi
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