Christians unite in faith in Welwyn Garden City

PUBLISHED: 12:01 19 April 2017 | UPDATED: 17:11 19 April 2017

The ecumenical Good Friday service in Welwyn Garden City.

The ecumenical Good Friday service in Welwyn Garden City.


Christians of all denominations united to publicly proclaim their faith in Welwyn Garden City on Good Friday.

The Welwyn Hatfield Interfaith Group organised an outdoor service in Howardsgate, Welwyn Garden City, remembering the crucifixion of Jesus Christ.

Two days later, Christians celebrated His triumphant resurrection on Easter Sunday.

Pastor Lloyd Manyangagadze of Revival Chapel International in Martinfield, Welwyn Garden City, told the Welwyn Hatfield Times: “We had a great resurrection Easter Sunday, as we were graced by Pastor Lydia Marrow, and her husband, Nathan Marrow, of Shake The Nations Ministries. Lydia is the worship leader for Nathan Morris, who is currently in America. She was the one leading worship when Delia, a pastor’s wife in America who was crippled for 25 years, suddenly rose up and walked.

“We also had our children’s ministry enacting the suffering, death and resurrection of Jesus Christ. It was so fulfilling to notice how children grow up understanding what they are taught by their Sunday school teachers.”

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