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The Good Friday walk has became a regular feature in the lives of many. The event is a walk of reflection; stopping to observe key points of the Holy Week story of how Jesus was betrayed and eventually crucified on what is known now as Good Friday. We begin in the morning at Keld URC chapel and follow the 'Corpse Way' down Swaledale. There is a short lunch break at Gunnerside Methodist chapel before we march on to indulge in hot cross buns and a short teatime service at St Andrew's church Grinton. It is an opportunity to enjoy fellowship with others and to reflect on the events that led up to the death of Jesus.
For those who cannot make the walk for whatever reason there will some prayer stations to visit in Grinton church just prior to the final station when the walkers arrive. The arrival time is always unknown so there is plenty of time to stop, reflect and pray at these stations before we all join together in the final short act of worship. More details will follow if you watch this space...

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