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Easter 2023

Come and join The Lay Community of St Benedict

for Easter at Cefn Lea Christian Centre,

Dolfor, Newtown, Powys SY16 4AJ,

from Thursday 6th – Sunday 9th April 2022

Easter

Easter

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Come and join The Lay Community of St Benedict

for Easter at Cefn Lea Christian Centre, Dolfor, Newtown, Powys SY16 4AJ,

from Thursday 6th – Sunday 9th April 2022

The theme of our Easter celebration is ‘Awake O Sleeper’.

Join us as we see what it means for us to wake up into new life this Easter and receive the light of Christ afresh!

Our Catholic celebrant will be Fr Chris Dobson.

Our celebrant from another Christian tradition is TBC.

If you would like to join a Cross Walk to Cefn Lea during Holy Week, please indicate your interest when booking for Easter. We will share more information about the walks on offer soon.

Booking

You can book either via Eventbrite: Click Here

Or, by downloading the booking forms

(details on where to send them is on the forms):

In-Person Booking form – Word version, to be returned via email.  Click Here

In-Person Booking form – PDF version, to be printed and returned by email or post. Click Here

Online Attendee Booking form – Word version, to be returned via email. Click Here

Online Attendee Booking form – PDF version, to be printed and returned by email or post. Click Here

Please do not let finance stop you from attending.

Ask Emily (laybenedictines.bookings@gmail.com) for information on reducing the cost

(e.g. paying in instalments, or applying for a bursary).

If you are going to pay in instalments, please indicate a schedule of payments when booking.

Access Guide to Cefn Lea Park :   Click Here (pdf)

 

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From the holy feast of Easter until Pentecost,‘alleluia’ is always said with both the psalms and the responsories.

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