Posted: April 2018
Following moving, reflective Maundy Thursday and Good Friday services, Easter Sunday's uplifting service included contributions by the Youth Choir, as well as music from the Organ, Music Group and Choir. The service was live streamed on YouTube, thesundayservice.org, and via the home page of our own website. It can be viewed until next Sunday's service. All the services were led by our own Minister, Rev. Helen Kirk.
Preceding the service, the SOS group provided their now traditional Full English Easter Breakfast. In the process, they raised £350 for Whitechapel Mission, which ministers to the homeless in London.
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