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Last Supper is recreated in Peasedown St John church
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A church in Peasedown St John is hoping to relive Jesus' Last Supper with a special event on Maundy Thursday.

St John's Church will be opening its doors for its Last Supper Meditation, featuring readings, worship and a bring-and-share supper.

Church Leader Reverend Matthew Street said: "We remember Maundy Thursday as the night Jesus shared his last supper with his disciples."

Those taking part will also be able reflect on Easter and take communion.

Reverend Matthew Street added: "Just like a family meal, we hope our Last Supper will bring people together for a memorable event."

Anyone who would like to take part can contact St John's Church Warden Joy Fraser for more information on 01761 433644, or email her directly and she will tell you what kind of food to bring.

Those attending are asked to bring along their own drinks.

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