I’ve noticed that some churches don’t have screens, both in service and viewing videos of services. As we searched for a place to go for Easter, there weren’t many huge ‘celebrations’ scheduled. Yes, they had signs inviting people to worship with them on Easter, but no special events, breakfasts, egg hunts, etc.
As far as I could tell, the church we attended had their regular service. The main point of the service was the Eucharist, which they celebrated every week.
I found this refreshing on many levels. Sometimes it seems we feel the need to entertain people or find ways to keep them engaged when, in reality, the engagement should come from one’s heart, not whatever activity is planned.
Easter is also a pretty big deal in Scotland, though not religiously. The UK gets a four-day “bank holiday” because of Easter, so the kids don’t go to school, and many businesses (including grocery stores) will have limited hours.