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Easter services

Hi readers, it's Kerry and William here this week, meeting up to write about Easter.

We are feeling quite Spring-like this week, after going to Dorchester Baptist Church’s accessible Easter Service last Sunday. It’s a service they do each year, always welcoming and fun, and we all get involved!

This year it was busy, at least 75 people, which was great. The theme was about friendships, helping each other and giving. We sang a song with our singing group at People First Dorset, a Beatles favourite, ‘I get by with a little help from my friends!”. We think it went ok.

We especially love the puppet show at the service. This Easter it was about making friends, including with God, after Jesus dying on the cross and then coming back to life. The puppets also talked about life after death, and how new life comes from the Easter egg too, this being a time of new beginnings.

We also liked the activity where a man stood up in a long coat, and we put sticky notes on his back, each with a different sin on it.

The whole occasion felt uplifting, and even better with the lovely tea afterwards, which is always delicious as they have some very good cake makers. Thank you to everyone at Dorchester Baptist Church for making this year’s Easter Service such an enjoyable, heartwarming, and tasty occasion!

We hope when you read this on Tuesday, you haven’t had too much chocolate over Easter, and that you feel refreshed and ready for the week ahead.

The writers of the Our View column are supported in their editing by People First Dorset - a charity led and run by people with learning disabilities with support from staff.

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