Easter Activity Morning 2018

On April 12th 2018 a group of children visited Radford Road Church for some Easter activities. 

There were lots of craft activities and the children also made cakes. The children were very keen to take part in the story telling and all were very energetic and were dancing and singing as Sarah C. taught them new songs. 

It was a really nice fun day for all of us. Though it was pouring with rain that day, the children still came and eagerly joined in all the activities.

I was stationed in the prayer hands craft and it was really fun hearing all their stories while they did all the activities. 

Jherell

 

Baptism

On Sunday 8th April 2018 Casey Oser and Ivy Kusi Appiah, the children of Cynthia Nyarko and Henry Kusi Appiah were baptised during the morning service. Their two Godparents, Maxwell Asare and Dora Boateng, made promises to support the parents and their children in the Christian faith. The Revd. James Church conducted the baptism and each child was presented with a candle and a Children’s Bible.

 

Visit of Children from Clapham Terrace School

Craft Activities

A group of children from Clapham Terrace school and their teacher, Ms Lisa Clarke, visited Radford Road church.They arrived wearing their Easter bonnets which they had made. On their visit to learned about the events of Holy Week, and enjoyed a morning of craft activities. The Revd. james Church and members of the church welcomed them. Everyone had a lovely morning together. 

 

 

The children heard of the resurrection of Jesus on Easter Day

 

 

 

The children made pictures of the Easter story

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Easter Day 2018

On Sunday April 1st the Revd James Church led the Morning Worship when the congregation rejoiced in remembering the resurrection of Jesus on the first Easter morning.

During the service the wooden cross which, throughout Lent, had carried symbols of Jesus’ journey to Jerusalem, was transformed into a Living Cross. All members of the congregation brought posies of flowers and the plain cross was “dressed” to represent new life and a new beginning.

Christ is Risen “Hallelujah!”

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