Discussion in 'Disney Cruise Line Forum' started by mcgrawfan, Dec 27, 2012.
Has anyone ever attended the Sunday morning Worship time? I am just curious what it is all about.
On those cruises that cruise over Sunday, there is a space opened for non-denominational services, generally facilitated by a CM, sometimes there are clergy onboard who will do it.
It's posted in the Navigator, if there are services.
Those cruises that embark/return on Sunday, there is no service.
As above, DCL makes space available for a "do it yourself" service on Sunday mornings and Friday nights. If there is a member of the clergy on board who volunteers to do a service, that will be noted in the Navigator.
DCL does arrange to have an appropriate individual on board for major holidays. Again, these services are listed in the Navigator.
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Will be on board this year for Easter Sunday!
We were in the Dream this past Easter Sunday, and there was a Roman Catholic priest onboard who celebrated Mass in the Walt Disney Theater at 8:30 (if I recall the time correctly). Friends if ours attended an interdenominational service at Sunrise on the same cruise.
We'll be onboard the Wonder for Easter 2013 - hoping for a similar schedule.
Was there any other activities on the ship Easter Sunday?
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