Pew Sheet for Easter Sunday

Good Friday and Easter form the core of a major tenet of our faith: that Christ was crucified on the cross, died and rose again from the tomb and in doing so, redeemed mankind. The symbolism of death and rebirth is reflected in the timing of the festival, held at a time of year when we bid farewell to Winter and welcome the Spring. This year’s relatively early Easter and the vagaries of the gulf stream mean that we may be waiting a while longer for Spring to burst forth but the weekend should give us a chance to shake the metaphorical snow from our boots and look forward with gladness to the Summer to come. We hope you will join us in church on this most important feast in the christian year.

Please click here to see the Pew Sheet for 31.3.13

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