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HOLY WEEK AT CULCHETH

Palm Sunday 25th March
9.45am Jesus Triumphal entry into Jerusalem — Worship lead by Rev Andrew Bradley and will include Holy Communion
6.30pm Behold the Man — Who is this? The final part of our Lenten evening services.

Stations of the Cross Mon 26th — Thu 29th
Church open 10.00am — 3.30pm "Stations of the Cross" displayed for you to engage in a spiritual pilgrimage throughcontemplation of the Passion of Christ. Follow his journey from Pilate's house to Calvary.

"The Cross of Christ."
Wed 28th 7pm Congregational and Choir Worship —
This sequence of words and music for Passiontide has its roots in the early Christian Pilgrims to Jerusalem.

Maundy Thursday
7.00pm All Saints Anglican Church — Glazebury.

Good Friday
10.30am Culcheth Christian Fellowship (Hob Hey Lane) Morning worship followed by churches together walk of witness and Easter Vigil.

Easter Sunday
Breakfast from 9am
Easter Service 9.45am
6.30pm The Walk to Emmaus — with Holy Communion

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