Sally is joining a local band Liturgical Journey comprised of musicians from churches across Chesham to bring the Easter story alive through music in the Broadway, Chesham on Saturday 26th March from 10.30am. You will find them playing on the green opposite Café Nero near the war memorial. At 11am the URC Choir will be performing on the steps of the URC church and then Liturgical Journey will perform again at 12 noon.
Feedback after event: You guys and girls all rocked today and so lovely that people stopped and listened, when the weather was not so good. The bread man on the market said it sounded fantastic and that people were talking to him about the lyrics we were singing. So our songs are a great evangelical tool to get people talking / thinking. He said you could hear it down at the clock tower! The cafe Nero staff really enjoyed what they heard. An elderly lady at the bus stop was raving about our rendition of “how great thou art”. She loved it ! So all was cool today 🙂 Well done everybody ! Love Jay
On Good Friday, 25h March, there is a united service for Churches Together for Chesham at Broadway Baptist Church at 10.15am.
This is followed by a walk of witness through the pedestrian area of the town centre. Sally will then be leading the first half hour of the Good Friday meditation at St Mary’s Chesham which starts at 12 noon. The first session looks at The Last Supper and how Jesus prepares the disciples for what is to come. A dramatized reading of Luke 22: 7-38 brings the story of the Last Supper alive and is followed by a meditation on Broken for me, broken for you.
Each half hour until 3pm is led by one of the 6 churches in the parish of Great Chesham and people are invited to arrive or leave during the song at the end of each half hour.