Easter 2019

Updated: Apr 14, 2019


So the detailed plan for Holy Week and Easter this year is in place! Our Monday to Friday prayer pattern will build on our Lent practice of being in the Psalms, alternating morning and evenings 7am & 7pm. Our main services are marked in bold, they're all guest friendly and full of Easter life, truth and hope. We're looking forward to you joining us....

Palm Sunday, 14th April

8.30am – Morning Communion at St. Paul’s Swanley Village

10.30am – Palm Sunday All-Age worship at St. Peter’s Hextable

6.30pm – Evening Service at St. Paul’s Swanley Village


Monday 15th 7am prayer at St. Peter’s Hextable, based in Psalm 113

Tuesday 16th 7pm prayer at The Vicarage, based in Psalm 114

Wednesday 17th 7am prayer at St. Peter’s Hextable based in Psalm 115


Maundy Thursday 18th April

7pm prayer at The Vicarage, 45mins based in Psalm 116, prior to our evening special...

8pm Maundy Thursday worship & waiting, with communion at St. Peter’s Hextable


Friday 19th April – Good Friday

7am prayer at St. Peter’s Hextable, based in Psalm 117

9am Service at St. Paul’s Swanley Village, followed by walk of witness at 0945 to St. Peter’s.

10.30am Good Friday Service with communion, with drinks & hot-cross buns prior!

3-4pm Meditations from the cross, at St. Paul’s Swanley Village


Sunday 21st April – Easter Day

8.30am Communion at St. Paul’s Swanley Village

10.30 Easter Day All-age celebration at St. Peter’s Hextable

6.30pm Joyful Easter Praise service at St. Paul’s Swanley Village

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