Community invited to annual Good Friday Walk
DAN CEARNS The Standard
SCUGOG: After a two year hiatus due to Covid, Scugog residents are invited to participate in the twenty second annual Good Friday Ecumenical Walk, on Friday, April 15th.
The annual walk sees a cross stop at seven locations in downtown Port Perry, where there will be readings, prayer and songs.
The event will begin with a gathering at the Palmer Park gazebo at 9:30 a.m., and then the walk will head to the Port Perry Canada Post office, at 192 Queen St., for it’s second station. The walk will then continue to the Scugog Township municipal office, for the third station, then to the Church of the Ascension, located at 266 North St., for the fourth station and Reflection Park for the fifth station. The sixth and seventh stations are at St. John¹s Presbyterian Church and the Port Perry United Church, respectively.
Participating churches include Port Perry United Church, Emmanuel Community Church, New Song Anglican Church, Hope Christian Reformed Church, St. John¹s Presbyterian Church, Church of the Ascension and C4 Church.
Many other churches attend and the community are all welcome and encouraged to join in.