Spring has sprung! The sun is shining! How wonderful!
The church had a great Easter starting on Palm Sunday, when we held a Palm Sunday Donkey procession through Pett, ending at the chapel. Thanks to Ann Jury for bringing her donkeys. The donkeys even joined us in the church for a short while. Brilliant! We then held a more sombre procession with a large wooden cross, on Good Friday with the Parish Church, when we started at the chapel and ended at the church. On Easter Day we got together and had a wonderful cooked English breakfast, followed by a short communion service with our minister Rev Ian Pruden and after an children’s egg hunt we held a service with everybody involved.
Messy Church met in April just after Easter and so we kept to the Easter theme. The cream egg chicks were a definite hit! The next Messy Church is planned for Saturday July 14th.
This year the chapel is 170 years old and so we are celebrating with an anniversary service on June 24th, 10-45 with our Chairman of District, Rev John Hellyer and a Barn Dance for anybody who would like to come on Saturday June 30th at Pett Village Hall. More information will be out soon.
Details of the latest church services at the Pett Methodist Chapel are here