What did you do at Easter?

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For the last two years, I have played a minor part in the Worcester Cathedral Passion Play on Good Friday.

This year, Mike joined me as a very impressive Roman soldier. He even got to crucify the Bishop of Worcester! (who was playing one of the thieves).

Mike as Roman soldier

Hundreds of people braved the likelihood of rain in Cathedral Square, but in the event, we were blessed with sunshine, even to the extent of a sunbeam focusing on Jesus himself.

Whether you have belief or not, and whatever that belief may be, the historic story of Jesus’ last few days on Earth is hugely moving, and every year more spectators find a pathway to accept the joy of God’s message as a result of this performance.

The effort from all the cast, highly skilled technical crew, and most of all from Timothy and Joanna Crow, who direct and costume us all, is immense, but we all felt delighted and well rewarded by the experience and the enthusiasm of the audience.

And as a result we were exhausted over the weekend and indulged in a seriously lazy Easter Sunday, with ritual demolition of Easter eggs in front of the telly. 

Friends in Cornwall had to deal with serious snow and treacherous road conditions, so we thought ourselves very lucky to have seen some sunshine at all. 

Here in Pershore, the river level and the wind are rising again, but now the clocks have changed and the nights are lighter, we can look forward to better weather.  

Here’s hoping that spring brings us all renewed energy and focus for all our plans and hopes this year.

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