Easter 2017 - South Church

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Easter Sunday South Church at Hoyland
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Valley Easter 2017

A joint celebration of the Barnsley South Church was held at Hoyland Methodist Chapel with Rev Gill Newton giving the message. It was well attended and well received.
Alleluia He Is Risen

Also in pictures the Easter Cross Good Friday & Easter Sunday at Valley Darfield
The Good Friday Service at Valley Darfield ended around the cross dripping red representing Christ's blood. Easter Sunday morning began at the transformed cross shining white to represent the resurrection.

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