Posted: March 2016
If you are coming to the 10.30am Easter holy communion service, please try and bring a flower. It will help to transform the bare cross we have seen during the 40 days of Lent into a blaze of colour, symbolising the Easter story of crucifixion to resurrection — from tragedy to triumph.
If you are not able to come then, there is the 8.30am early communion service. Whether you come or not, whatever you are doing and whoever you are with, may we wish you and yours a very happy Easter.
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