Easter Services 2021

Below is an overview of the Easter services available within the Parish of Kidderminster Easter.

Please note all the Kidderminster East Easter services that are in-person in our church buildings will still need to follow the Covid-19 guidelines of hand sanitising, 2m distancing, no singing, dismissal row by row etc! 

Where the service is Holy Communion we will be administering a drop of wine onto the bread, or wafer, so that people can receive ‘in both kinds’.  We are not operating a booking system for any of the services.


Maundy Thursday, 1st April

  • A service of Holy Communion at 7:00pm in St George’s to mark the journey that Jesus makes from Palm Sunday to Good Friday.


Good Friday, 2nd April

  • 10:00am an online service for all ages organised by the team at St Cassian’s. To “attend” an online service, and/or receive the Order of Service, please request the login details by emailing parishcomms@kidderminstereast.org.uk by 12:00noon on the day before.
  • 2:00pm an online service called “Hour at the Cross”. We will be using Bible readings, music and prayer to reflect on the sacrifice of Jesus on the cross.  To “attend” an online service, and/or receive the Order of Service, please request the login details by emailing parishcomms@kidderminstereast.org.uk by 12:00noon on the day before.


Easter Sunday, 4th April

We have two in-person services and an online service. 

  • 9:30am at St Cassian’s, Holy Communion.
  • 11:00am at St George’s, also Holy Communion. 
  • 11:00am online service, which will include a sharing of bread and wine, as well as the opportunity to join in with singing some great Easter hymns. To “attend” an online service, and/or receive the Order of Service, please request the login details by emailing parishcomms@kidderminstereast.org.uk by 12:00noon on the day before.
Other Services 2021

This year’s Chrism Eucharist will be live streamed from the Cathedral on Monday 29th March at 11:00am. You can also watch it on the Cathedral’s Facebook page.

The Diocesan virtual Passion Play will be available to watch via social media sites and on the Diocesan Website on Good Friday.

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