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Thursday 24 April 2014, 6.30pm | St Nicholas
Youth Church Goes Fun
All 8- 13 years are welcome. We meet the 2nd and 4th Thursdays in term time.
Monday 28 April 2014, 2.30pm | St Nicholas
Rev Betty Port will speak on “The Curate’s Egg”. All are welcome as usual.
Thursday 1 May 2014, 3.15pm | Holy Trinity School
We meet every Tuesday and Thursday afternoon in term time.
Friday 2 May 2014, 5.15pm | St Nicholas
Rainbows - the youngest in the Girlguiding family
Our Rainbows group for girls aged 5 - 7 meets every Friday evening in term time, before the Brownie pack meeting.
For more information contact 01305 766395.
The clergy, choir and congregation, led by a donkey, processed around the harbour before the Parish Communion service on Palm Sunday morning.
“What does the cross mean to you? There is no doubt that it is quite a puzzle. What exactly the cross means is very difficult to understand. I must admit there are times when all the focus on the cross and death of Jesus is too much for me. I find the emphasis on pain, suffering, torture and death difficult to cope with. ”