This week’s services & events
- Saturday 19th April
- 7:00 pm: Holy Week ~ Holy SaturdayKeeping Watch by the tomb: A vigil service led by Anne Padget
- Sunday 20th April
- 5:30 am: Holy Week ~ Easter Sunday Dawn EucharistGather on the Green at 5.30 am before moving into the Chapel to celebrate the resurrection of Jesus by sharing the eucharist, a meal of thankgiving and hospitality. The hospitality continues with breakfast being served.
- 8:00 am: Holy Week ~ Easter Sunday Holy CommunionA service following the liturgy of the Book of Common Prayer.
- 8:00 am: Holy CommunionService follows the Book of Common Prayer
- 10:00 am: Holy week ~ Easter Sunday All Age Festive EucharistAll age family communion for Easter Day, hopefully followed by easter egg hunt.
- 10:00 am: The Parish EucharistThe main act of worship for the whole community. Children's groups and a crèche run concurrently. Sunday lunch is served at 12.15 pm for those who would like to stay. Preacher: to be confirmed.
- 8:00 pm: Night Service - Celtic prayerA simple, open and reflective service of night prayer calling on Celtic/Iona elements of worship, led by Maureen Whitebrook.
- 8:00 pm: Night ServiceOpen, reflective services derived from a number of themes, including Iona and Taizé. 1st Sunday of the month - Holy Communion. The theme of this particular service has not yet been decided.
- Saturday 19th April
Tag Archives: marriage
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