At 10.00am on Good Friday, Holy Trinity will be open to children and families for worship, crafts and music. This will be a child-centred event that will appeal to many families.
Easter Day will begin at 7.00am with a fire that will be lit on the shore near Archer's cafe. This 'first fire of Easter' will be used to light candles signifying the glory of the resurrection. Following this, bacon butties and hot drinks will be served in Archer's. What an excellent way for early risers to begin Easter Day.
The main Easter service will be held at Holy Trinity later in the morning at the usual time of 10.30am.