Holy Week 2021 at Frome St John the Baptist

Timings in [ ] style brackets are by way of recommendation: the relevant material may be used at any time.

With regard to bookings for the in-person service on Easter Day priority will be given to those unable to access online services.

 

Palm Sunday:  28th March

10am Morning Service (Zoom)

2.00pm-3.30pm St Johns open for Private Prayer

 

Monday: 29th March

7pm Study Group (Zoom) - Theme: Jesus came dine with who? Zacchaeus – Luke 19.1-10

 

Tuesday: 30th March

7pm Stations of the Cross (Zoom)

 

Wednesday: 31st March

1.00pm-3.00pm St Johns open for Private Prayer

[7pm] Service of Darkness and Light – based on Tenebrae (Youtube)

 

Maundy Thursday: 1st April

7pm Study Group (Zoom) - Theme: Jesus came dine with who? The Last Supper – Luke 22.14-38

 

Good Friday: 2nd April

12noon to 3pm St Johns open for Private Prayer (with recorded words and music for Good Friday)

7pm Compline (Zoom)

 

Saturday: 3rd April

[10.30am] Via Crucis – Stations of the Cross (Youtube)

1.00pm-3.00pm St Johns open for Private Prayer

 

Sunday: 4th April

[6.40am] Easter Service - with lighting of Easter Fire and Easter Candle and Renewal of Baptismal Vows (Youtube)

8.45am Said Holy Communion at St John’s (by Advance booking)

10am Morning Service (Zoom)

 

Monday: 5th April

7.00pm Study Group (Zoom) - Theme: Jesus came dine with who? Emmaus – Luke 24.28-32

 

Please remember for times of private prayer or service in church that under present restrictions face coverings must be worn (unless exempt), social distancing of 2 metres is requested, track and trace information should be given, and no interaction (e.g. conversation) with members of other households is allowed (except for any necessary communication with stewards).

Ideas for Palm Sunday:

Make your own ‘palm’ cross out of paper or card.

Make your own card or banner with a colourful ‘Hosanna !’ written on it.

Perhaps display the palm cross, ‘Hosanna’ banner, or a piece of greenery in your window.
Note: In an Oxfordshire village they always used to grab branches of ‘Pussy Willow’ from the hedgerows to wave as the congregation processed from the village green to the church – If you have a garden then any bit of greenery would do to represent your palm branch.

How to make a Palm Cross:

You could use paper or ribbon rather than a palm leaf...

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