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All our Easter 2016 services will be led by Reverend Helen Kirk, apart from the Palm Sunday service which will be led by Aylesbury Creativity Group.

The evening circuit service on 13th March will see an augmented choir from circuit and other churches perform, as an act of worship, 'The Crucifixion' by John Stainer.

On Easter Sunday morning, the SOS group will once more be serving a full English Breakfast at the Church from 9am (in plenty of time for you to enjoy the Easter Service). Proceeds will support the work of the Whitechapel Mission and tickets can be obtained from Lynn and Derek Bernstone on 01296 420817.

So the Easter services and events are:
Sunday 13 March Stainer's 'Crucifixion' 6pm
Sunday 20 March Palm Sunday 10.30am
Thursday 24 March Maundy Thursday 7.30pm
Friday 25 March Good Friday 10am
Sunday 27 March Easter Day Holy Communion 8.30am
Sunday 27 March Full Easter Breakfast* 9-9.30am
Sunday 27 March Easter Family Communion 10.30am

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