Dawn services have been held across Northern Ireland on Easter Sunday.
Many of the services were Presbyterian but churches throughout the Province of all the main denominations marked the key date in the Christian calendar with early morning worship.
The dawn in many of the locations was sunny, as the bright Easter weekend weather continued.
Among the Anglican services were those pictured at Willowfield in east Belfast, and Drumbeg, to the south of the city.
Many of the services started at 6.30am or 7am but the Willowfield event was one of the few services to start just before dawn when it commenced at 6am, 10 minutes before the sun rose over Belfast.