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EASTER CELEBRATIONS AT MISSION CARE

28 March 2017

Mission Care warmly invites our residents, relatives and friends to join us as we celebrate Easter across all the homes.

Below are just some of the events taking place throughout the month of April, for more information please follow the weekly activities schedules on our website or contact each home directly.

Sunday 2nd April

Willett House - Easter Service led by Bexleyheath Salvation Army, 2pm

Tuesday 4th April

Mission Care Easter Service at Bromley Baptist Church, 3pm-4.30pm

Sunday 9th April

Homefield - Easter Service with performance by the Salvation Army Choir, 11.45am

Monday 10th April

Greenhill -  Easter craft activity workshop, all day

Tuesday 11th April

Love Walk - Easter Card Making, 10:30am

Wednesday 12th April

Love Walk - Easter Bible Study with Pastoral Team, 2pm

Good Friday 14th April 

Homefield - Easter Movie Morning: “Magdalena: Through Her Eyes", 10:30am             

Love Walk - Easter Flower Arrangement, 10:30am

Greenhill - Easter Film: “The Passion of the Christ”, 2pm

Saturday 15th April

Homefield - Baking Easter Cupcakes, 10:15am

Elmwood - Easter Celebration with entertainment from Red Gate Production, 11am-12pm

Easter Sunday 16th April   

Homefield - Easter Church Service at St George’s Church, Bickley, 10.30am          

Love Walk - Sunday Easter Service at the United Reformed Church, 10:30am

Elmwood - Easter Service in the Ground Floor Lounge, 4pm

Greenhill - Easter Egg Hunt, 2:30pm

Easter Monday 17th April    

Love Walk - Easter Film, 2pm

Wednesday 19th April

Love Walk - Easter Egg Hunt, 10:30am

 

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