EASTER 2014

CHILDREN’S ACTIVITY MORNING

MAUNDY THURSDAY

APRIL 17th 9.30am – 12 noon

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What a wonderful morning we had when we enjoyed our Children’s Easter workshop.There was a delightful friendly atmosphere as children and parents arrived and started to create the Garden of Gethsemene by painting boxes to represent rocks and making palm trees from cardboard tubes and newspaper leaves. We had story telling, drama, crafts, and singing and even made an Easter garden in a wheelbarrow.

The children were eager to hear and to act the story of Jesus’ last days in Jerusalem and the morning concluded with everyone taking part in the Last Supper. The children took home all the models they had made and were given a Real Easter Egg with a small booklet of the Easter story.

Thank you to Jane for the planning and organisation of the day and thank you too to  all the willing helpers for their input into a most successful morning.

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GOOD FRIDAY SERVICE.

Churches Together in Leamington  held a special service on Good Friday. Christians from all denominations were invited to meet at Holy Trinity Church at 11.45am for a prayer led by the Revd. Christopher Wilson, and then took

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part in  the Silent Witness Procession

to Christ Church and joined in the Raising of the Cross Service at 12 noon

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SUNRISE SERVICE

(Churches Together in Leamington)

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Sunrise

On Easter Sunday at 6.00 am there was a Sunrise Service on the Campion Hills, Leicester Street.

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 STORY OF EASTER

FOR KIDS YOUNG AND OLD!

 

Click on the following link:

,http://www.show2.me/zTRxZNZ

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EASTER MORNING SERVICE.

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The sun shone on Easter Day and people came to church to praise God and to remember the significance of the day.

CHRIST IS RISEN ALLELUIA!

During the service the cross which had been constructed from the trunk of the Christmas tree and used during Lent to remind people of Christ’s suffering in the days leading to the crucifixion, was transformed into a Living Cross. The congregation brought small bunches of spring flowers and  suddenly the bare stark cross was decorated with colourful spring flowers to remind us all of the presence of the Living God.

The service concluded with Holy Communion.