Lenten Cross wks 4 & 5 at Wimborne

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We have been using a Lent Liturgy at Wimborne and show you images of the Lenten Cross. It has been decided to continue to add the symbols on a Sunday morning, so images of these will be uploaded over the coming three weeks, as I receive the photos.

-Lent 4 & 5 -- week 4 — A Candle — "While I am in the world, I am the light of the world." and week 5 -- Bandages — Christ came into the world to save and heal. To set us free from all that binds us up.

-Lent 3 -- Bread and Wine remind us that Christ sustains us.

-Lent 2 -- Purple cloth reminding us that the call upon Jesus and upon us is not easy

-Lent 1 -- Stones to remind us of the wilderness places that Christ bears with us.

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