Obviously Easter only comes around once a year, however you should keep this post in mind for 2010. For those of you willing to roll out of bed around 5:30am Easter morning, I highly recommend you make a trip to Colton's Point for the Sunrise Mass. Facing St. Clement's Island, you get an absolutely beautiful view of the sun coming up as the Priest performs Easter Mass. This sight is something that you have to see in person to really receive the full effect of its beauty. It's enough to make those "Christmas and Easter Catholics" enjoy the service and stop to think about their faith.
Another great thing about the Sunrise Mass in Colton's Point is the opportunity you get to see what kind of community the Point really is. From the new residents who are from a younger generation, but still respect what the Point has to offer to those who grew up in the community and still adore it as much as ever. Colton's Point is a unique area that gives you a sense of comfort and serenity, and it is full of people who appreciate each and every aspect of the neighborhood.
Be sure to check out the Sunrise Mass held at the St. Clement's Island Museum in Colton's Point next Easter and see for yourself why it is such a special experience!