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Everyone is welcome to join us for two services this Easter!

Good Friday at 7 pm and Easter Day at 10 am.

On Good Friday, 25th March, at 7 pm, and led by our Minister Rev. Helen Hoe, we will be remembering Christ's crucifixion as nails are banged into the wooden "Lenten" cross.

Our Easter Morning Service on Sunday 27th March, at 10 am, will be led by Brian Harrison.

This is the day when we celebrate the resurrection of Jesus Christ — we transform the Cross of Horror into a Cross of Beauty by decorating it with Easter flowers.

Everyone is invited to share in this ceremony, and afterwards the cross will be displayed outside the Church.

Happy Easter!

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