Prayer Labyrinth @ Hertford

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Hertford Methodist Church is opening a Labyrinth of interactive Prayer Stations for Holy Week 2021

You are warmly invited to visit the Prayer Stations which will be open on:

  • Monday 29 March: 10.00am — 12:30pm
  • Tuesday 30 March: 10.00am — 12:30pm
  • Wednesday 31 March: 10.00am — 12:30pm
  • Thursday 1 April: 10.00am — 12:30pm

Participants will be safely guided to the different areas of the church garden and buildings (observing the current guidelines) and invited to reflect on some key events of Holy Week.

For more information contact
Jen Doragh: jen@doragh.f9.co.uk
or our minister Revd Debbie Hodgson: minister@hertfordmethodist.org.uk

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