On Good Friday, Revd Sheila Murray led us in an inspiring Last Hour at the Cross. With a combination of scripture, reflection and music we were encouraged to write our burdens and besetting sins upon a black card and hang them on the wooden cross.
The blood red shroud was then wrapped over both Cross and cards representing the cleansing blood of Jesus Christ. At the Cross we are set free from the guilt of sin in the past and the power of sin in the future.
On Saturday in the dead of night the sin laden cards were burnt in the first fire and light of the Easter morn. Sin gone, gone forever!