How wonderful it is that this year we will be able to gather together to make our way through Holy Week and to celebrate Easter at the end. After 2020's Easter at home, still in the shock of the first lockdown, and then last year's experience of restrictions on public worship being lifted just for Easter Day, we are a lot closer this year to a "normal" keeping of the season.
We recognise that Covid is still with us and so we will still be taking steps to keep everyone as safe as possible. There is plenty of room in our churches for people to space out and lots of fresh air! You are welcome to wear a face covering if you wish to and we continue to provide hand sanitiser at the door. Please be considerate of other people and check how comfortable they are with you sitting close to them. We will make sure that some of our services during this time are on Zoom, so that those who wish to remain at home can do so without missing out. But we hope that as many people as possible will come in person this year - to celebrate the fact that we can!
There will be a variety of services and activities during the week, each one reflecting the mood of the day and helping us to journey with Jesus to the cross and the resurrection. Everyone is welcome. You don't need to have been to anything in church before; there will be someone to show you where to sit, our Orders of Service give you everything you need to join in if you wish to, and there will be people around who can answer your questions afterwards.
May you all have a blessed Holy Week, which touches your heart and deepens your faith.
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