Barack Obama went to church with wife Michelle and daughters Malia and Sasha today to mark Easter Sunday.
The family attended St John’s Episcopal Church in downtown Washington D.C this morning.
The President was dressed in a dark suit with a light-blue tie while First Lady Michelle was wearing a magenta-colored dress and short cardigan pinned with a brooch as they walked from the White House to the church.
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Day to rejoice: The Obamas head to Easter service today in Washington D.C.
Daughter Malia had on a navy blue dress with matching jacket while Sasha wore a pretty flora number with a coordinated yellow cardigan.
'Happy Easter, everybody,' Obama called out to crowds on his way into the morning service.
The President marked the Easter holiday and Jewish Passover, calling it a 'time to celebrate redemption at God's hand'.
In his weekly radio and Internet address, Obama said the holidays helped connect Americans to their past and 'give us strength as we face the future'.
Obama said for Christians, Easter weekend is a time to reflect and rejoice about 'the things that matter most'.
Close: Flanked by security guards, the First Family made the short walk to St John's Episcopal Church
Beaming: Holding hands with their daughters Sasha (left) and Malia (right), the Obamas wished gathered crowds 'Happy Easter'
This morning on the President's Twitter account was posted a photo of family dog Bo, dressed in bunny ears along with the caption: 'Bo takes his inspiration from the Easter bunny.'
Tomorrow the First Family will host the 134th annual White House Easter Egg Roll.
This year's theme is Let's Go, Let's Play, Let's Move and more than 35,000 people will take part on the South Lawn for games, stories and activities.
Comic: The President smiles as the First Lady pulls a grimace on the way to church
Eggs-stra special: Bo the White House dog gets in the Easter spirit with a pair of bunny ears