For many years now the Martock churches have worshipped together, both on Maundy Thursday and Good Friday, and this year it was good to continue to unite once again around the cross.
Around 50 of us met for worship and communion on the Thursday evening, when we relived the events of Jesus’ betrayal and arrest. Then, on a bright and sunny Good Friday morning, we gathered at the north end of the village and walked to the parish church with a large cross at the front of the marchers. By the time we reached All Saints there must have been 100 of us (of all ages) and we then joined in worship with those who had gone directly to the church. It was a moving morning as we reflected on the meaning and outcome of Jesus’ death.