Holy Week: April 2020
We offer you this simple service of readings and prayer for use at home on Good Friday Evening to reflect on the Matthew's account of Jesus' passion.
- You might use it alone or with other people who live with you.
- The service includes responses but if you are alone you can say it all yourself.
- With more people you can share out the readings and prayers.
- You could also listen to suitable music between extinguishing a candle and reading the next reading. Above all ... take your time and do not rush.
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