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We continue to reflect on the appearances of our Risen Lord.  In Luke’s account, we hear how Jesus comes among his disciples, understanding their fear and doubts, giving them his assurance, and inviting them to know his peace and the joy of the Resurrection. Worship is led by Sarah and Pauline 

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Remembering His Royal Highness Prince Philip Following the announcement of the death of His Royal Highness The Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, we continue to offer our prayers for Her Majesty The Queen and The Royal Family at this time. A special Service of Evening Prayer was held in each of our churches last night,…

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Following the announcement of the death of His Royal Highness The Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, we offer our prayers for Her Majesty The Queen and The Royal Family at this time. The Bishop of Gloucester, the Right Revd Rachel Treweek said this morning, “It is with deep sadness that we hear the news of…

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7.00pm: Tenebrae In this final reflection, The Revd Pauline Setterfield leads this Tenebrae Service. “Tenebrae” is the Latin word meaning “darkness”, and as we share in the Passion Gospels’ account of Jesus trial, sentence, execution, death and burial, after each segment of the story is read, a candle is extinguished. The final story of the…

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7.00pm: The Stations of the Cross In our second evening reflection in Holy Week, we join Christians from across the ages as we follow the way of the cross – traditionally known as “The Stations of the Cross”. We imagine the events of these final hours – as Jesus is condemned to death, carries his…

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7.00pm on Monday 29th March Beginning on Monday, we have three evening services which allow time for quiet reflection and prayer on the Passion – from Jesus being  condemned, through his crucifixion and death, to his burial.  This service combines poetry, Scripture, hymns and anthems to draw us into contemplation. Click on this link to join Worship…

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Share in the journey to the cross and to the empty tomb We begin our journey through Holy Week – to the cross and to the empty tomb – with our Palm Sunday Service. We reflect on the expectations of the crowd as they welcomed Jesus into Jerusalem, and how the unfolding story of the…

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