Easter at St. James' Church

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Audlem St James' church, March 2012

The Easter story, like the British Easter weather, contains the Good, the Bad, and the Ugly.

You are invited to join us, this weekend as we both reflect on and celebrate the Christian hope that makes a difference to our human condition.

On Good Friday we reflect with:


  • At 10.00am: An ecumenical walk around the village 'Following the Cross', starting at the Methodist Chapel

  • At 2.00pm: A service of readings, reflections and music 'Faces in the Crowd'.


On Easter Sunday we celebrate with:


  • At 8.15am: An early morning service of Holy Communion

  • At 11.00am: A Family Communion celebration.


We wish you a very blessed and happy Easter

 

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