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Parish Builds Flowering Cross In Lockdown

Monday April 27 2020


An Argyll congregation worked together, even in lockdown, to put up and maintain a flowering cross for Easter.

Members of St Modan’s Church in Benderloch, in Ardchattan parish, co-ordinated by Zoom, email and phone to make sure social distancing was maintained.

People left daffodils in buckets while they were out shopping, and one family put them on the cross.

Others helped to maintain the cross during the following week while they were out for exercise, including Omaid MacDonald, pictured.


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