Unusual Kindness at Chester Cathedral

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I am so proud of all the children who took part in this afternoon's service at Chester Cathedral led by leaders of different denominations in the Christian Church and attended by Lord David Alton of Liverpool and MP Fiona Bruce. The theme of the service, for Christian Prayer Week, was 'Unusual Kindness' and as a school, who embrace the ethos 'we all matter', it was a privilege to be invited by Mr Taylor to play a part in it.
The children added atmosphere, through their musical accompaniment and 'waves', to three Bible readings about St Paul's journey by sea to Malta. They then made a procession, carrying 8 oars, down the central aisle that created the Maltese Cross during the prayers.
A huge thank you to the following:

  • Declan and Kimberley, Reefe and Taylor, Constance, Izzy and Phoebe, Alfie P and Alfie W, Marloe and Nancy, Olivia, Courtney-Mae, Eva, Laura, Annabel, Sofia and Isabella.
  • Mrs Clarke, Mrs Charlesworth, Mrs Rowlands, Mr Bourne and Mr Cador for their support and help to prepare the children.
  • All the family members who came along to support.

As always (and more so for giving up a Sunday afternoon) many thanks,
Bessa Cador

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