Our celebration of Easter continues this week both in our churches and also online.
If you are unable to attend in person, you are warmly invited to join in with our Rector, The Revd Mark Woodrow, from your own home, as he celebrates Christ's Glorious Resurrection with Holy Communion from the Vicarage.
The readings for today are Acts 16:9-15, Revelation 21:10,22:1-5, and John 5:1-9.
The hymns for today are, Put peace into each other's hands, and In our darkness light has shone.
A service booklet to accompany this service is also available to download below.
Annie’s historic novel is based on the real Cecily Neville (1415—1495), an English noblewoman, married to Richard of York, Lady of Clare, mother to two kings and who lived at Clare castle for a while.
Told through the eyes of its greatest unknown protagonist, this astonishing debut plunges you Into the closed bedchambers and bloody battlefields of the first days of the Wars of the Roses, a war as women fight it.
Tickets available from Harris & Harris Books and we’d love to see you there, but if you can’t make it, signed copies may be reserved for collection later.
Pop in or call 01787 277267 for ticket. £5 includes first glass of wine/juice (£3 under 16)