A Liverpool tradition is being revived on Holy Saturday as Bishop Paul Bayes and Archbishop Malcolm McMahon lead a Walk of Witness through the city centre.
Everyone is invited to join the walk which starts at the Metropolitan Cathedral’s Plaza at 2pm on Saturday 26th March.
The event is being organised by the City Centre Mission and Ministry Group with the aim of bringing the Easter story to visitors and shoppers over the Easter weekend.
Starting from the Metropolitan Cathedral, the walk will wind its way through the city before finishing at Liverpool Parish Church. Along the route the walk will pause as prayers are said recalling Christ’s passion.
Bishop Paul said “Holy Saturday is an important time of reflection and a great day to bear witness to our faith ahead of the resurrection. I encourage as many fellow Christians to join us on this walk”
Archbishop Malcolm said, ‘Our journey through the city will reflect both the road to Calvary and our longing for the joy of the resurrection. It will be an opportunity for all who journey with us to reflect on the Easter message.’
Holy Saturday is an important time of reflection and a great day to bear witness to our faith ahead of the resurrection.