Easter at Blandford

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Blandford Methodists transformed the Good Friday cross to the joy of the Easter cross. Young people played their part in making it happen. Beautiful flowers adorned the church- a fitting reminder of the brightness of Easter Day.

Earlier in the morning there was a Sunrise Service on the Milldown organised by all the churches in Blandford.

Previously, on Good Friday, Blandford held their "Journey to the Cross". Following the readings and reflections on the "Stations", we progressed from the Evangelical Church (housed in ex-Prim premises), to the Catholic Church, then to the URC, on to Blandford Methodists, ending up at the Parish Church.

More photos on the gallery page under Easter Story.

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