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It's Holy Week

The Wychert Vale benefice, of which Haddenham is part, has a range of locally created video resources for those adults and children wishing to engage with Holy Week.

These include:

· A Service of Holy Communion for Palm Sunday
· A short reflection on Palms and Palm Sunday by Revd Jonathan Hawkins
· 'What About Donkey?' — a story for children for Palm Sunday written and performed by Phil Groves
· How to make Palm Crosses — a Video Guide by Revd Mark Nelson
· You will also find Phil telling the story of 'The Rainbow in the Sky' so children know about why they are putting up rainbows in their windows

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https://www.wychertvale.org

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