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Holy Week and Easter Day, Sunday 17th April 2022

 


Holy Week & Easter

This is Holy Week! This is the most significant time in the church year as we journey through the week leading up to Jesus' death and resurrection. Whether you've been coming all your life, or you've never been before, all are welcome.


If you can't make it in person, join us online via our YouTube Channel


Maundy Thursday 14th April

7:30pm Last Supper, Washing of Feet, and The Watch until midnight.





Good Friday 15th April

2pm Commemoration of the crucifixion of Jesus. Hear the Passion story, with reflections and powerful music.





Easter Dawn Eucharist 5:30am

Starting around the Easter fire, we light the new Easter Candle. We hear the story of our salvation, renew our baptismal vows, and celebrate the first Eucharist of Easter. Bacon sandwiches and bubbly afterwards. Please RSVP if you intend to join us, so we can plan for numbers!


Easter Mid-Morning Eucharist 10am

Mid-morning celebration of our risen Lord!






 

APCM

Sunday 24th April 11.30am 2022

At the APCM there will be reports on changes to the electoral roll, general parish activities and financial matters. The APCM will also elect new members to the PCC.

You can view the APCM booklet by clicking below.

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REMINDER: Office hours over Easter

The Church Office will be closed on Good Friday, and also Monday 18th - Thursday 21st April inclusive.

 

REMINDER: Concert Series 2022

Tickets and programme information for the entire Concert series is available via our dedicated page: click the button below to find out more. You can use the discount code EARLYBIRD10 to get 10% off all tickets bought before 29th April.

 

REMINDER: Advice for Wine at Holy Communion From Maundy Thursday onwards you will be able to receive both bread and wine at Holy Communion if you wish. Please bear in mind the following:

  • You should not feel pressured into receiving the wine unless you feel comfortable to do so.

  • You must not 'intinct' the wafer, i.e. if you are going to receive the wine, you must drink from the chalice, not dip your wafer into it. Whilst this seems simple, it can dirty the wine, as well as contaminate the wine for those who require gluten-free communion.

  • Please do not receive the wine if you are unwell; our advice is still to stay at home if you are sick--for whatever reason.

  • You do not have to be consistent. If you would like to receive one week, and not the next, that is fine. There will be no judgment on your spiritual practice.

 

Thursday 14th April

Maundy Thursday

7:30pm Liturgy of Maundy Thursday, with the Watch until Midnight

Friday 15th April

Good Friday

9am Morning Prayer

12pm Church Open for Private Prayer

2pm Liturgy of Good Friday

Saturday 16th April

Holy Saturday

Sunday 17th April

EASTER DAY

5:30am Easter Dawn Eucharist

No 8am Holy Communion

10am Sung Eucharist

Monday 18th April

No morning prayer

No Toddler Group

Tuesday 19th April

No morning prayer

2.30pm Mothers' Union in church

Wednesday 20th April

No Morning Prayer

No 10:30am Holy Communion

Thursday 21st April

No Morning Prayer

Friday 22nd April

No Morning Prayer

Sunday 24th April

8am Holy Communion

10am Sung Eucharist



 

Your Prayers are requested for

  • Sandra Laurie

  • Lewis Carmichael

  • Martin Cooper

  • Daniel

Rest in Peace

  • Charlotte Hope


Rest in Peace Anniversary

  • Brian Stephenson

  • Sue Hart

The flowers in church are in memory of Bill Logan from Marjorie and family.

The Paschal candle is donated in memory of Anne Gregory from her family.


Don’t forget, you can add someone to the prayer list by emailing or phoning as usual, but you need to get their permission before adding them to the sick list.

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