Easter Celebrations at Mission Care (1)

Mar 26, 2018

Easter Celebrations at Mission Care (1)

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26 March 2018

Mission Care warmly invites our residents, relatives and friends to join us as we celebrate Easter across all of our homes.

Below are just some of the events taking place. For more information please follow the weekly activities schedules on our website or contact each home directly.

Monday, 26th March

Homefiled – Easter Baskets Making, 10am

Tuesday, 27th March

Love Walk – Prayer Meeting, 7pm

Thursday, 29th March

Mission Care Easter Service at Mission Cafe, 2.30pm

Good Friday, 30th March

Love Walk – Good Friday Bible Study, 2pm

Homefiled – Easter Card Making, 10am

Saturday, 31st March

Love Walk – Easter Film, 2pm

Easter Sunday, 1st April

Elmwood – Easter Service led by Paul Flynn from Coppice Community Church, 4pm

Love Walk – Easter Service at the United Reformed Church, 10am

Greenhill – Easter Sunday Party with performance by David Smiller, 2.30pm

Easter Monday, 2nd April

Love Walk – Easter Egg Hunt, 10.30am

Tuesday, 3rd April

Elmwood – Easter Tea/Coffee Party, 10.30am

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