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29th March 2018 - 3rd April 2018

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Easter at Othona

Led by Nick Partridge

This year we welcome Nick Partridge to lead our Easter Celebrations at Othona Bradwell. He has been a member of the Othona Community for 10 years and is an Anglican Licensed Lay Minister and volunteer chaplain at Birmingham Cathedral.

The Easter weekend begins on Maundy Thursday with a Passover meal. Here, Nick will start us on our Easter journey with a variety of liturgy, music and reflection. On Good Friday, we will meet with the congregation from Bradwell Village, and join them on their Walk of Witness Procession from St Thomas Church to the Chapel of St Peter-on-the-Wall with the Reverend Stephen Poss leading a vigil service. Saturday evening will see our traditional bonfire on the beach, around which we will share our final service before Easter Day.

On Easter Sunday morning we will be joined by people from the local villages for a dawn service at the Chapel led by Stephen Cottrell, Bishop of Chelmsford. This first service of Easter will be followed by a cooked breakfast back at Othona.  Throughout the weekend our 3 European volunteers will be leading various activities including our traditional egg-painting, Easter egg hunt and egg rolling.

Arrivals:  from 4pm Thursday - Passover meal at 7pm

Departures:  Tuesday morning 11am

Cost:  adults £210 (£155), normal child rates apply.  If you are bringing two or more children with you, aged 3-18 years, then the oldest child is free of charge for this event.

Chat Sundays between 10am-12pm

Othona - Bradwell on Sea

Othona is Registered Charity number 277843

Othona owes its success to the ongoing generous donations by many of time, energy and money

The Othona Community, East Hall Farm, East End Road, Bradwell-on-Sea, Essex CM0 7PN

Tel: 01621 776 564   Fax: 01621 776 207

Email: bradwell@othona.org

Ubi caritas et amor deus ibi est - Where charity and love are, there God is

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