While churches every where expand with the holiday Christians, we - who go most Sundays - haven't gone once.
Firstly, I assure you it's not some deliberate boycott. We're not making a protest.
But to me it just doesn't seem that important to make sure I get myself to a church building at Easter.
I spend every day of my life thinking of Jesus' sacrifice for us - my blog is named after it - and every day learning what it means to live because of his resurrection.
I've met together with friends. We've broken bread (it was garlic bread) and there was even red wine.
Isn't that what being a Christian is about? Living daily in the amazing love God shows for us? And sharing that love with others?
I'm not saying don't go to church at Easter. It's good to be reminded of the story in full.
But I don't think not going this year makes me a bad Christian. Forgoing the tradition doesn't make it less real to me.
What do you think? Does it matter if you go to any church services over Easter?