Hundreds Took Part in Walk Of Witness In Ely

PUBLISHED: 11:36 14 April 2009 | UPDATED: 10:51 04 May 2010

The Olive Tree ON Friday we were among the several hundred taking part in the Churches Together in Ely Good Friday Silent Walk of Witness. On Sunday morning we had our own joyful celebration of the resurrection of Jesus Christ, conveying the story in vari

The Olive Tree

ON Friday we were among the several hundred taking part in the Churches Together in Ely Good Friday Silent Walk of Witness. On Sunday morning we had our own joyful celebration of the resurrection of Jesus Christ, conveying the story in various ways, including songs for children, from a trio and from soloists (including two African songs), a puppet sketch, Scripture readings, seasonal hymns and a talk by the Pastor. Holy Communion was the central point of the service.

Sunday service 10.30 a.m. The Pastor will speak on Passover and liberation from bondage. Crèche and Sunday School will be provided.

The Open Door Café will open from 10 until noon on Friday, offering a warm and welcoming setting in which to enjoy refreshments in good company.

All are welcome at these events. Further information from Pastor Pat on Ely 612 316.


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