Posted: March 2018
Following yesterday's Mothering Sunday service, our remaining special services and events up to Easter are as follows:
Sunday 18th March at 6pm, a Passiontide act of worship for congregation and choir, featuring the Circuit Choir and friends in' The Procession of Palms' and 'The Morning of the Day of Days' by Malcolm Williamson.
Sunday 25th March at 10.30am, Palm Sunday worship led by Rev. Jill Marsh, the Northampton District's Director of Mission.
Thursday 29th March at 7.30pm, a Maundy Thursday communion service led by Rev. Helen Kirk.
Friday 30th March at 10am, a Good Friday service led by Rev. Helen Kirk.
Sunday 1st April at 8.45am, pre-booked Full English Easter Breakfasts served by the SOS group, with proceeds going to Whitechapel Mission
Sunday 1st April at 10.30am, Easter Sunday family communion service led by Rev. Helen Kirk.
All are welcome at the services and at the communion table.
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