Posted: March 2018
Following our Palm Sunday service, building up to Easter Sunday, tomorrow, March 29th, we have a Maundy Thursday communion service at 7.30pm. The following day at 10am, there will be a Good Friday service.
On Easter Sunday morning, we will have an 8.45am traditional full English Breakfast served by the SOS group for those who have pre-booked. Proceeds will go to the Whitechapel Mission which ministers to London's homeless.
Following that at 10.30am, we will have our Easter morning communion service, led, as with the other two services, by Rev. Helen Kirk. As usual, we will be decorating the Easter cross, so members of the congregation are invited to bring a flower.
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