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Easter 2012

Encountering the Easter Story

St Mary’s Church, Uffculme

 

During Holy Week we are all invited to make the costly journey with Jesus to the cross.

Palm Sunday 1st  April
8am BCP Communion  

10.30 @ Square Corner for 11am service

@ St Mary’s Uffculme

6.00pm Youth group @ Square Corner

 

Monday 2nd April, St Mary’s Uffculme

7pm – 7.30pm Easter Meditation

 

Tuesday 3rd April, St Mary’s Uffculme

7pm – 7.30pm Easter Meditation

 

Wednesday 4th  April, St Mary’s Uffculme

9.30am Holy Communion

7pm – 7.30pm Easter Meditation

 

Maundy Thursday Last Supper Meal  5th April

St Mary’s Uffculme 6pm

A simple soup supper and family friendly service round tables.
Please sign up if you want to come.

(at 6.30pm there is a traditional service of Holy Communion at St Mary’s Willand)

 

Good Friday 6th  April

All Age opportunity to explore Good Friday with the creative arts – music, cooking, woodwork, crafts and storytelling

St Mary’s Uffculme 10.00am -12.30am

Could helpers come at 9.00am to set up please.

(There is a service of reflections and readings

from 11.00am -12.00 at St Mary’s Willand

2-3pm ‘Holy hour at the cross’ Kentisbeare

4.30 service at URC church in Uffculme


 Holy Saturday

Easter Saturday continental breakfast for CHAT

@ Jenny and Tony Miller’s home 6 Cherry Close Willand, EX15 2sQ

T: 01884 33884 from 9.30am – 12.00midday

Night Prayer and youth sleepover at The Vicarage from 4pm

Night walk starting at 7pm in the church with a clip from BBC1’s version of The Passion and a night walk carrying the crosses and camp fire.

 

Easter Sunday 7th April at St Mary’s Uffculme

There will be a baptism at 8.00am in the river at the bottom of Bridge Street followed by decorating the Easter cross and refreshments in the Vicarage

8.00am Holy Communion BCP @ St Mary’s

11am Communion with an Easter egg hunt!

 

Easter Monday 8th April

Mission community walk starting from Kentisbeare Village Hall Car Park at 2.15pm

The full walk will be 4 miles, along footpaths, farmland, bridleways and quiet roads. It is over fairly level terrain with three stiles.

There are several places where you can shorten your walk if you think that the distance is too much for you or your children.

Tea and biscuits will be served after the walk at Willand Church hall.