The Wolfville Area Inter-Church Council sends us this update about an upcoming event.
“The cross of Jesus’ crucifixion is a [world-wide] symbol of human suffering. Traditionally, Christians have gathered on Good Friday to remember the death of Jesus. This year, all of the partners in the Wolfville Area Inter-Church Council (including all local congregations and L’Arche Homefires), will act to remember the suffering that exists all around us, and to pray for compassion. Those within and beyond the community of faith are invited to Walk with the World. As we move together, we will stop at familiar local sites such as Wolfville School, the Food Bank, the Methadone Clinic, the Post Office, the Anvil Pub, the RCMP/Fire Department and Town offices, and the L’Arche Hall, offering words of hope and healing.
The Walk with the World will begin at the Acadia Chapel at 11:00 a.m. and conclude at St. John’s Anglican Church, 164 Main Street. Our WAICC Good Friday Worship will begin at St. John’s at 1:00 p.m.
ALL ARE WELCOME”
Bruce Dienes will offer a reading on behalf of the Annapolis Valley Quaker Meeting.