Easter is the most important time in the church calendar. Good Friday marks the death of Jesus on the cross, the most terrible instrument of torture devised by the Romans, and Easter Sunday marks his rising from death and victory over sin and evil, symbolically taking our sins to the grave and bringing hope and salvation to humankind. The account of this can be found in the Gospel of John, chapters 18, 19 and 20. Do read the eye-witness account.

Come along and join us at these Easter celebrations:

  • During Holy Week, a series of early morning communions at St Paul's, followed by breakfast. Ministers from different churches in Churches Together in Dronfield and District take it in turns to lead.
  • Good Friday united procession of witness, ending up at Dronfield Library.
  • Good Friday united open-air service at Dronfield Library.
  • Easter Sunday – sunrise celebration of the resurrection at "Surprise View" near Hathersage. If you would like to join us, ring Tony Drury-Smith on 07930 177 764.
  • Easter Sunday – Holy Communion at 8 am, followed by a cooked breakfast.
  • Easter Sunday – service at 10.30.