It was very good to be able to meet together again as a wide group of people and to be able to bear witness to the events of the first Good Friday. A sizeable number of us met at Petersfield Methodist Church and we walked the familiar route, into Lavant Street, past Waitrose and into Rams Walk, before reaching the Square. We followed the cross, stopping for scripture readings and reflections. The Service was led by the current Chair of PACT, Ivan Huntington-Thresher, of Petersfield Methodist Church, and this was the first outdoor service since 2019. Hymns, prayers and readings were joined by a powerful address by Rev Will Hughes of St Peter’s on the true meaning of Good Friday, and we received a blessing from the various church leaders and as a united group of Christians we blessed the town. The message of Easter was very powerful throughout and it was wonderful to be able to worship together. Afterwards there was a time of refreshments inside St Peter’s Church. Special thanks are given to everyone involved in the running and set up of the Walk and the Service, and to the band of the Salvation Army for leading us beautifully throughout the morning.