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Sunset on the road to Emmaus
On the road to Emmaus
Road to Emmaus

Easter Sunday started early for some with a sunrise service at the Millennium Stones in Ardington at 6 am! Others joined Kids@Church for breakfast before the morning service. We couldn't believe our eyes when Keith chopped off Kelvin's tie to illustrate how the disciples might have felt telling an "impossible" story. Later in the afternoon some walked the road to Emmaus (Wantage to Childrey) to join in a afternoon tea with an informal tea. A glorious end to a glorious day. Christ is risen indeed!

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