09:00 - Holy Communion. This said service lasts around half an hour and re-lives the Last Supper, where Jesus took bread and wine and said they had become his body and his blood.
The Daily Eucharist will be celebrated in St Mary's Aisle at 9am. Please note the current restrictions about receiving communion.
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