As the Island’s cost of living continues to rise, local community supper programs are seeing an increase in residents looking for relief, with demand for food at an all-time high this year. 


For the first time in its 142-year history, the Tabernacle in Oak Bluffs will be open for worship on Easter Sunday, with three different Island churches holding services there.


A unique holiday seasons offers virtual and in-person services.

Religious institutions on the Island have struggled with the decision of whether to open this summer, noting the challenges of holding services in small enclosed spaces.

A transcript of the Easter Sunday sermon delivered by podcast from the pastor of the Federated Church in Edgartown.

Churches around the Island are hosting virtual Good Friday and Easter services.