Join us this Holy Week to remember and reflect on the story of Easter – the week that changed the world.
Some events are in-person, some online, and others are both! See below for a detailed list.
You will need to book if you wish to come to most events taking place in St Faith’s, as pandemic restrictions mean mean numbers are still limited. Check below for more details.
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Monday to Saturday 9am on Facebook
Morning Prayer with a special daily reflection
To join in with the prayers at Morning Prayer you can:
- Download the Daily Prayer app for your Apple or Android device from the app store
- View the prayers on the Church of England website
Monday & Wednesday evenings, 7.30pm St Faith’s (book here) and on YouTube and Facebook
Holy Week Meditations
Tuesday 8pm on Zoom
Holy Week in Luke’s Gospel
The film adaption of Luke’s Holy Week from the Lumo Project. We’ll watch this together, and then discuss!
Click here to join the Zoom meeting on Tuesday.
Join us to remember the Last Supper. We will be providing bread and wine, and some other Passover items – all prepared in a Covid-secure way, so it’s important you let us know you’re coming – you can book here.
If you’re joining online, do have bread and wine with you at home!
11am Good Friday for Everyone, on the grass outside the church
An outdoor all-age gathering as we remember Jesus’ death on the cross. Bring something to sit on – garden chairs or a picnic blanket – and if you can, please bring a clean empty drinks can for each person in your group – and extra if you have some.
A reflective service as we remember Jesus’ crucifixion
7.30pm Good Friday Taize Service, on Zoom (so we can sing!)
A musical and reflective service from the Taize tradition, for Good Friday evening.
Click here on Friday to join the Zoom meeting.
6am Dawn Service, starting on the grass outside the church (just turn up)
11am Sundays@11 Easter Celebration
On the grass outside the church and on Zoom
An all-age celebration for Easter Day. Do join us in person, or click here to join on Zoom. And bring something to sit on – a garden chair or a picnic blanket!