Walk of Witness
St John's Church, Chelford will be taking part in a Good Friday Walk of Witness, starting from Chelford School at 12 o'clock on Friday, April 3rd
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Right across the denominations Good Friday gives a unique opportunity to present a united Christian Witness. Instead of highlighting our differences, it illuminates our common faith in the saving power of Jesus Christ through the Cross. Good Friday says that the Christ that seeks to dwell in each of us is one and the same and available to all.
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