GAP Services during Holy Week and at Easter

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Monday 10th April 7.30pm  - Rule of Life Workshop led by Sally Dakin, St Lawrence — book at ruleoflife@winchester.anglican.org

Tuesday 11th April 8pm Compline, Holy Rood

Wednesday 12th April 8pm Compline, Holy Rood

Maundy Thursday 8pm Maundy Thursday Service, Alton Methodist Church

Good Friday 9.15am Service , Alton Methodist Church
10.30am Walk of Witness from Alton Maltings to St Lawrence
2pm Multi-Sensory Stations of the Cross, All Saints Church
2pm Music and Meditation for The Last Hour, St Lawrence Church

Easter Sunday 6am Sunrise Service, St Peter's Church
8am Said BCP Holy Communion, St Lawrence Church
8am Said Holy Communion, All Saints Church
9.15 Holy Communion, Methodist Church
9.15Easter Communion, St Peter
9.15 Easter Communion, Church of the Holy Rood
10.30 Traditional Easter Communion, All Saints Church
10.30All-Age Easter Communion, St Lawrence Church
10.45 Holy Communion, Methodist Church
6.30pm Songs of Easter Praise, Methodist Church

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