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Category Archives: Easter
Let your light shine! This Eastertide we’ve been piloting a new initiative at St Chrysostom’s – Sharing the Light. We light the Easter candle at the Easter Vigil, and there we share the light with one another as we light … Continue reading
‘Come and see the place where he was laid, and then go quickly and tell …’ (Matthew 28.6) ‘Come and see’. Come and feast your eyes on the empty tomb. Come and see the eleven disciples in the upper room … Continue reading
It is hard to miss the Easter Candle at our Church. The stand alone, brightly coloured, is about 1.5m tall. The Candle extends that by another 75cm. It reigns supreme in the Sanctuary, and during the great 50 days of … Continue reading
In the second of our reflections on the wonderful liturgies of the Great Three days at St C’s Paul reflects on words from the Easter Proclamation, the Exsultet, at the beginning of the Easter Vigil: “What good would life have … Continue reading
The worship of Maundy Thursday, Good Friday and Easter – The Great Three Days – is so powerful and rich that it is good to reflect upon it afterwards, and to share our experiences. We’ve asked a few church members … Continue reading
The side chapel at St Chrysostom’s (the Anson Chapel) has been changed this year for the 50 days of Easter. During this special season the chapel will become the Easter Chapel. It will be a special place to pray in … Continue reading