bold_border HOLY WEEK 2023
MAUNDY THURSDAY – 6th April
7.30 pm Tenebrae Service
The ancient service of readings and candles
All Saints, Wragby
9pm – 10pm All Saints, Wragby
People are invited to church anytime during this hour for silent prayer at the foot of the Cross. (Vicar will be present throughout)
Walk of Witness - Good Friday
Join us as we walk in procession behind a Cross through Wragby on Good Friday. We will be remembering the walk that Jesus himself made on Good Friday. Some people may be in costume. People welcome to bring along a drum to beat to help us mark time. This is part of an ancient tradition in many communities of mystery and passion plays at Easter-tide. We gather outside the Methodist Church at 1.30 pm and walk to Wragby Market Place. We then walk to All Saints, Wragby arriving about 1.55 pm. People are welcome to join the Service of the Stations of the Cross in All Saints, Wragby that begins at 2pm if they wish.Revd. Mark Holden – Vicar.
Service of the
Stations of the Cross
2 - 3pm - All Saints, Wragby
We mark this service in the traditional way with a procession in the church (people can stay in their places if this is more convenient).
At 3pm a Church Bell is tolled to sound out across our community.
Service of Easter Light
6 am - Easter Day, St. Oswald’s Rand
We begin Easter Day in the traditional way at dawn with this short dawn service.
A bonfire is kindled in darkness and silence. Candles lit as we process into church to give thanks for the Resurrection.
Refreshments will be served.
Service of Holy Communion
9.30 am – All Saints, Wragby
Celebrate Easter Day with this special service
Favourite Hymns & Songs
Not too long
Things for children too
An Easter Egg for Everyone
You are invited to bring a flower to decorate the cross if you wish.