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Holy Week and Easter 2016

Didn't our Mystery Worshippers have a busy walk to the Cross this year! It all started with a mime of the Passion and Jesus' entry into Jerusalem being compared to a moon walk. Then on to a tenebrae where the church cat got more attention than the service. After a very friendly commemoration of the Last Supper on Maundy Thursday, it was off to a Good Friday service with painted t-shirts but no hot cross buns; a magical Holy Saturday vigil with lavender incense; and a "cheerfully sweet" Easter Sunday service (you'll find out why).

> Passion mime at Trinity Lutheran, Phoenix, USA
> One small step for Jesus at Sidmouth Methodist, UK
> Everyone friendly: Westminster Presbyterian, Phoenix, USA
> Where's the cat? St Paul's, Covent Garden, London

> Good Friday rags at St Mark’s, Harrogate, UK
> Glad, humble, thankful: St Catherine's, Montacute, UK
> Hushed rebellion at Great St Bart's, West Smithfield, London

> Journey to the Cross at Holy Trinity, Bosham, UK
> Quite magical: St Bridget and St Cwyfan, Dyserth, Wales
> Dealing with Jesus at First Baptist, Arlington, USA
> Cheerfully sweet: West Valley Family Church, Glendale, USA

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