NYD Webteam: April 2017
Easter in sight
So we've had our Eastertingles, Lent Groups, Maundy Thursday services, the Good Friday walks and if you were up early this morning you had the choice of Penhill, The Shawl at Leyburn and Easby Abbey to celebrate the resurrection; the coming back to life of Jesus just over 2000 years ago. We in the Dales joined with Christians all over the world and throughout the last two millennia to celebrate the love that God had for us to send his son so that we might enjoy life in abundance.
Here are some pictures from the celebrations.
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