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Christ Church, Waltham Cross

We are usually treated to a wonderful Easter Garden built under the Altar, but as we can't get into Church this year, we decided to create our own gardens at home instead....

So the good folk at Christ Church, Waltham Cross have been very busy creating Easter Gardens with whatever they have to hand in their homes and gardens — no popping out to the Garden Centre over the Bank Holiday Weekend!

As well as the 'traditional' plant based creations, we have a hand drawn garden complete with passover moon, a wonderful 'Lego' garden, and a magnificent Easter Garden Cake by one of our star bakers... it's a shame the lockdown means we can't all have a slice...

Revd Teresa is going to bless all of them via the wonders of whatsapp on Easter morning.

Just one example of new ways we are finding to be church!

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