Preston’s annual Procession of Witness takes place

Posted on - 30th March, 2018 - 5:29pm | Author - | Posted in - City Centre, Flag Market, People, Photos, Preston City Centre, Preston Minster, What's On in Preston

The Good Friday Procession of Witness took place in Preston, followed by an Ecumenical Service on the Flag Market.


Hundred’s of Christian worshippers from city centre churches joined the traditional annual procession which began at St George’s Church led by the Vicar of Preston, the Venerable Michael Everitt. The cross was carried up Lune Street and along the main shopping street, where pedestrians and motorists came to a halt as they passed through Fishergate before arriving at the Flag Market for an Ecumenical Service.

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The Service included readings and symbolic actions from members of the Salvation Army, the Central Methodist Church, The Minster & St George’s CofE, and St. Wilfred’s RC.

The music for the service was provided by the Salvation Army band.


This year’s Easter Sunday service at Preston Minster will be at 10am.

Did you see or take part in the procession or service? Comment below and let us know.

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