MASS OF THE LAST SUPPER April 18th at Fosdyke Church at Noon.

SS Peter & Paul in Kirton at 7:00pm Mass of the Last Supper, Footwashing and Stripping of the Altar followed by the Watch of Prayer at the Altar of Repose until 10:00pm.

April 19th Good Friday Morning Prayer and Litany 9:00am in Kirton Church.

10:30am The Way of the Cross at Algarkirk Churchyard.

The Way of the Cross at Fosdyke at Noon.

Solemn Liturgy of the Passion in SS Peter & Paul in Kirton at 3:00pm

April 20th The Great Easter Vigil for the Kirton Group followed by Wine and Nibbles at 7-00pm Holy Saturday.


The Solemn Mass of Easter Day at All Saints Fosdyke at 9:30am.

Solemn Mass and Procession at 11:00am in SS Peter & Paul Kirton.

Easter Day Family Mass at 3:00pm in Algarkirk Village Hall.

We all know the word Easter, but what does it actually mean? I think a lot of people are aware it has something to do with religion and church, and that there is a long weekend—but is it a celebration? Nearly a billion people will celebrate Easter again this year—so we are talking something really big here. Obviously, it is more than chocolates, Easter eggs or hot cross buns.

As we know from the Gospels, Jesus Christ rose from the dead on the third day following his crucifixion, which would be Sunday. His resurrection marks the triumph of good over evil, sin and death. It is the singular event which proves that those who trust in God and accept Christ will be raised from the dead.

Since Easter represents the fulfillment of God's promises to mankind, it is the most important holiday on the Christian calendar. We are an Easter People and Alleluia is our song!

You are all invited to the regular Pop-In Lunch at Fosdyke Village hall on April 23rd at 12:30pm. Please contact Jon Tofts to book your Lunch. £5 each. All proceeds for Church funds.

Sunday May 5th is the Archdeacons Visitation and Swearing in of Churchwardens here at Kirton Church at 6:30pm. Can you offer help to assist with refreshments?

May 7th final joint meeting with the Methodist Church to plan for the Afternoon tea event. 7:00pm in The Methodist Church.

May 25th in the Town Hall is our United Churches Afternoon Tea with worship at 3:30pm. Free to all. Helpers needed.

KIRTON PCC meet at The Vicarage on May 31st at 3:00pm. All reports for this meeting to be sent via email to Fr Paul at least one week before the meeting for distribution to the PCC.

Fr Paul wishes to extend his sincere thanks to all who have worked so hard in our three churches to prepare for the Easter Festival. To Altar servers, organists and choir musicians, readers, sides persons and welcome team, to the flower ladies and all who have given of themselves to make our places of worship ready for Easter.