It’s Holy Week this week, an important week for Christians worldwide, culminating in Easter Sunday on the 4 April. Find out what services are going on in Nailsea.
Many of our churches in Nailsea are opening up again this weekend using a booking system, but there are still a number online services going on if you haven’t booked your ticket in time – or if you aren’t quite ready yet for services in person.
The church are doing daily holy meditations every day this week in the build up to the weekend. You can join on Zoom by contacting them for the details: 01275 853227 or email@example.com.
On Easter Sunday their face-to-face service is fully booked, but you can join their 9.30am Easter Celebration Church at Home, on their Youtube Channel here.
There a number of remembrance services taking part this week, including a children’s craft session on Good Friday morning – see their Easter leaflet for all the details.
Nailsea Baptist Church
Online services continue on the HTC Youtube channel on Good Friday morning at 10.30am and Easter Sunday at the same time.
A face-to-face Maundy Thursday evening service is being held at Trendlewood School at 7.45pm (Thursday 1 April) and they are holding an hour of prayer and reflections at 2pm on Good Friday. To book a seat, call Steve on 01275 543332. You can also join their Easter Sunday service which will be streamed live on their youtube channel.
All the churches opening up for face-to-face meetings will be following strict covid rules so please be prepared to keep your masks on!
Easter trail fun
And if you are after something to do with the children next week, Christians Together in Nailsea and District have put together a Community Easter Adventure & Puzzle Trail that will take place 5-11th April 2021.
A map will be uploaded around Good Friday on the Nailsea Community Group Facebook Page, alongside the answer sheets. You can also pick up a map from Nailsea Community Larder in the precinct.