Passion and Easter Services in Hungerford

on 13 April 2017.

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As we begin Holy Week, churches across Hungerford are gearing up for the most important celebration in the liturgical calendar. As well as the services listed below, the four churches of Hungerford - St. Lawrence's C of E, Our Lady of Lourdes RC, the Hungerford Methodist Church and the United Reformed Church will be joining together in their customary Silent Procession of Witness along the High Street, leaving their individual churches at 10.30am to meet on the Town Hall steps at 11am for a reading of The Passion. Very moving and wonderful if you can make it.

St. Lawrence's Church, Parsonage Lane, Hungerford RG17 0JB

Maundy Thursday 13th April

7.30 pm Communion Service and Vigil

Good Friday 14th April

10am Proclamation of the Cross followed by the Walk of Witness silent procession to the Town Hall steps for a reading of The Passion (followed by Hot Cross Buns in the Vicarage)

2pm Final hour - guided meditations

Easter Sunday 16th April

8am Holy Communion (Book of Common Prayer)

10am Family Communion

4pm Contemporary Worship Service

6.30pm Evensong (Book of Common Prayer)

Easter Monday 17th.

10am. Easter egg hunt.

Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Church, Priory Road, Hungerford.

Maundy Thursday 13th April

7.30pm Mass

Good Friday

10.30am Silent Procession of Witness from the Church to the Town Hall steps for a reading of The Passion at 11am (followed by hot cross buns back at the church)

Easter Saturday 15th

Easter Vigil 7.30pm

Easter Sunday 16th

9am Mass.

United Reformed Church, High St, Hungerford RG17 0NF

Good Friday, 14th April

10.15am Service followed by Silent Procession to the Town Hall steps for a reading of The Passion.

Easter Sunday, 16th April

11am Holy Communion

Hungerford Methodist Church, Bridge Street RG17 0EY

Good Friday 14th

10.30am Silent Procession to Town Hall steps for a reading of The Passion

Easter Sunday 16th

10.30am Extended Communion

To see images from a previous procession please click here

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