Some were and some were not, but that hinges on what one believes about the biblical parts of worship. The one hymn sung was Thine be the glory, I didn't check but that probably is in the resurrection section in the Trinity. But probably anyone coming to the church off the street expecting an "Easter Service" wouldn't have seen enough to think it was much of one. So, as I said a pretty understated taking of cues from the pretended holy day. There was no notice of the error of the day; but the church is still reforming.