Thy Kingdom Come
Great afternoon and evening on Thursday 10 May, as Holy Savs Croydon engaged with members of the local community passing by the church. Moving how many people wanted us to “say a little prayer for me”.
Bulbs looking good in vicarage garden. Many thanks to all those who donated bulbs and to our Community Payback team, who do the gardening!
Beautiful magnolia starting to flower in church garden. Many thanks to Dan for tending it.
Easter Sunday 2018 at Holy Saviour Croydon
Early on Easter Day – Breakfast together after service of first light. Thank you to Kathryn, Doreen, Paul & Liz.
Early on Easter Day – 25 people managed to get up for our 7am Service of First Light! Below is the new Paschal Candle, with lovely décor around it by Michael.
Early Easter Day – our Easter Garden with the stone rolled back from the ‘tomb’. Alleluia He is Risen! With thanks to Miriam for her creative work.
Holy Week 2018 at Holy Saviour Croydon
Friday, 30 March – Good Friday
Our first! Quiet lunch between the services that day. We ate together in fellowship, chatting gently and reflecting.
Our first! Bread-making workshop, led by Doreen & Martin. Fresh bread rolls were produced and shared with many at lunchtime.
Children’s Creative Workshop, led by Michael & Beverley. They made a colourful banner, ready for Easter day.
Stations of the Cross Service, led by Mitzi, Lilian & Dan. A popular but serious service, where members of the congregation move around the church, visiting 14 ‘stations’ which are pictures of Jesus’s journey to the Cross.
Wednesday, 28 March – Agape Meal
Amongst others below are Martin, Earl & Ceilidh at the Agape meal, a bring & share Mediterranean style meal within an informal service in the Church Sanctuary. This is something early Christian did.
Palm Sunday 2018 at Holy Saviour Croydon
A selection of pictures from Palm Sunday 2018, which was on 25 March.
Organist Richard & Treasurer Barbara bring carrots for Ned the donkey before our procession on the local streets. The procession commemorates Jesus’s entry into Jerusalem, he rode on a donkey.
Processing down the street and arriving back at church
Young and old enjoy watching or having rides on Ned the donkey after the service.