gone before – marked with Faith

Oct 21, 2010

On Tuesday 2 November the Church celebrates the Feast of All Souls. We know this month of November as the month of Holy Souls. In this month we take pause to remember those who have died. We pray for those whom we have loved in life on earth. We pray for those who have loved us. We also remember those who have no one to remember them.

Next Sunday 31 October, I will visit several local cemeteries to spend time with parishioners in prayer. I will lead a time of prayer, with blessing of individual graves, at the following cemeteries at these times:

11.30pm Waimairi Cemetery

12.00pm Avonhead Park Cemetery

12.30pm Yaldhurst Cemetery

1.00pm Shands Rd Cemetery

If you have loved ones buried in these places, or if you would like to walk this path of prayer with us, please meet at the above times.

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