Easter and Holy Week Services

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Easter Songs of Praise
Hot Cross Buns
Cross in Stokesley Methodist Church
Easter Communion
He Is Risen

Holy Week Reflections
Monday 26 March
Tuesday 27 March
Wednesday 28 March
7pm at Stokesley Methodist Church

Maundy Thursday 29 March
Hutton Rudby
6pm Agape Meal at The Hub followed by Eucharist Service at All Saints Church 7.30pm
Holy Communion:
7pm at Stokesley Methodist Church
7.30 pm at Great Ayton Methodist Church

Good Friday 30 March
Good Friday at Stokesley
Shoppers' Service at 10am.
The church will remain open from 10.30am until 2pm for quiet reflection and prayer.
Churches Together Walk of Witness from 11.45am starting on the steps of the Methodist Church
7.00pm Evening Service led by Rev Andrew Robinson

10.30am Good Friday Service Carlton led by Rev Lisa Quarmby
11.30am Walk of Witness Hutton Rudby on Village Green finishing with hot cross buns and drink at The Hub
02.00pm Time of Reflection & Meditation at Great Ayton Methodist Church

Easter Sunday
Great Ayton
06.30am Walk from Gribdale Gate up Captain Cooks Monument & Sunrise service. Followed by egg rolling.
9am Breakfast
10.45am Easter Day Service
4pm United Praise Service at St Margaret's Catholic Church, Great Ayton
Stokesley
Easter Communion Services 8.30am & 10am
9am Breakfast
Seamer
9am Easter Day Service
Hutton Rudby
10am Easter Day Service
6.30pm Café Church
Carlton
11.30am Easter Day service followed by Easter Lunch
Easby
2pm Easter Day Service

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