Last Sunday was Resurrection Sunday commonly known as Easter. Actually, we should think of each Sunday as Resurrection Sunday for the very reason that Christians primarily gather to worship on Sundays and not on the Jewish Sabbath (Saturday) or on other random days of the week because Jesus of Nazareth rose from the dead conquering sin, Satan, and death on the first day of the week (Sunday).
We sang some of the traditional Easter hymns such as Christ the Lord is Risen Today and Low in the Grave He Lay. We also sang Crown Him with Many Crowns since Jesus is seated on His throne at the right hand of the Father. And we also sang a song by Keith Getty and Stuart Townend called "O to See the Dawn."
Our call to worship, Old and New Testament readings, and other elements of our meeting can be view here.