Ash Wednesday Prayer Walk

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As we won't be able to gather in church for Ash Wednesday services you might like to use the 'Ash Wednesday Prayer Walk' offered here as an alternative ways to start your Lenten Pilgrimage.

You can use the reading, reflection points and prayers either on your own or with your family/bubble, on a walk in the park, or in your garden, on your balcony or anywhere that suits you.

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