On this page we list the events we have organised in the past, including many photos.
Every Good Friday we meet on Market Hill and follow behind a cross, a route around the town, stopping near each church to listen to a reading reminding us of the events of the first Good Friday when Jesus was crucified of each one of us. We end up at one of the churches for a service and refreshments. This procession is contemplative, but there is a great feeling of unity as we share this most important day together and look forward to the events of Easter Day when Jesus rose from the dead and is alive in our hearts today!
Woodbridge Churches Together Walk of Witness 2017. Members from all the churches in Woodbridge gathered at The Shire Hall on Good Friday and after initial prayers and readings the procession followed the Cross. The procession followed a route around the town stopping at various points and churches for more readings , prayers and hymns. Finally at 11.10 the procession joined members of the Quay Church for a service.
As usual we walked through the town on Good Friday.
Clive Howard has kindly shared these photos with us.
We organised a Passion Play in Woodbridge this year, following up the success of the events in 2011 and 2007.
It was to have been in Elmhurst Park at 10.30am on Good Friday, April 3rd, but because of bad weather we moved it to the Riverside Theatre. So many people turned up that we had a live stream from nearby Quay Church!
SONGS OF PRAISE in Elmhurst Park
4.30pm Sunday 3rd June 2012
Six years ago members of Churches in Woodbridge and Melton presented a Passion Play in traditional costume on Good Friday out in the open air of Elmhurst Park.
This was the first of our Good Friday Passion Plays, held in Elmhurst Park in glorious sunshine.