Alex Dunstan: April 2017
On Easter Sunday at Haltwhistle Chapel we certainly had glimpses of God's glory as we worshipped and broke bread together and wondered at, and celebrated God's amazing gift of his Son Jesus and the greatest miracle of him rising from the dead.
This photo is off the Lent cross, newly decorated in beautiful flowers. If you were in Haltwhistle on, or not long after Easter Day you would also have seen decorated crosses on the chapel steps and in the market place — a great witness to all the towns folk!
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