Holy Saturday – Reclaiming the Silence

Holy Saturday is a pause in the Church’s Easter celebrations. There are no services planned for the Saturday between Good Friday and Easter Sunday. Some churches are open for a vigil (although not this year!), but there are no words, no music just silence.

Since the start of the reporting of the Coronavirus pandemic the airwaves and the internet have been filled with noise, some of it helpful much of it not so. May be today, Holy Saturday, is a day to stop listening, reading and viewing.

So with that in mind no more words only the deep, profound silence that is God.

“Be still, and know that I am God” (Psalm 46:10)

God bless and stay safe,

Alan.

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