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And here's what we've done recently:
On Saturday 23rd November at Messy Church we celebrated 'Stir-up Sunday' and we made Christmas Puddings.
16 children and their parents or carers enjoyed a fun afternoon, finding clues about the ingredients, mixing puddings, having as service where we blessed the puddings and then having tea.
33 people rose before dawn to attend our 6.45am service of rememberance for the crew of the B17 Flying Fortress, which crashed into Anstey Castle Moat on 15th October 1944. And with them the two other airmen who died on the same mission. We also gave thanks for the miraculous return of another plane from that same mission that had recieved a direct hit in the nose but, against all odds, made it home.
Here is an audio recording of the service
Looking back to St Giles Day
A handful of the dozen or more who celebrated St Giles Day at Wyddial with a festival communion service for the first time in a while...
Here's what we did in the lead-up to Easter Sunday
Dawn on Easter Day at Little Hormead and the easter light carried to Meesden for the first of five Easter Communion Services throughout the Benefice.
Earlier in Holy week...
Moonlight over Brent Pelham church prior to our moving Maundy Thursday service where we remembered the last supper and Jesus washing the feet of his disciples.
Listen to the Passion of Christ according to Luke here
Above: Good Friday at Meesden whre we recalled the crucifixion of Jesus.
Earlier - Palm Sunday 14th April, 2019.
EASTER at Great Hormead