Grimsargh St. Michael’s Church has invited residents to celebrate angels during a special festival this weekend.Advertisement
On Saturday 25 and Sunday 26 September, St. Michael’s is celebrating both spiritual messengers of God and ordinary people who have shown extraordinary courage during the pandemic.
The church said all are welcome to A Festival of Angels. Visitors can view displays featuring veterans, Captain Tom, nurses past and present, and heavenly angels created by local schoolchildren and villagers.
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Church representative Jayne Woollam said: “It may well be that you would like to attend one of these services, celebrating the contributions of angels in our lives.
“You may want to sit and reflect for a while in church, have a chat with one of the stewards and view the displays.
“The Festival of Angels offers hope to the community as we emerge from the dark days of the pandemic, and we hope that you will join us. You will receive a warm welcome.”
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There will also be a short service at 3.30pm on Saturday 25 and services at 8.30am and 10am on Sunday 26.
Entry is free, and the church is providing tea, coffee and homemade cakes.
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