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Believers follow the cross to deliver Easter message.

MORE than 100 Christians followed a large wooden cross through the streets of Liverpool for the traditional Good Friday Walk of Witness.

The Walk of Witness was organised by Churches Together in Mossley Hill - an organisation made up of 10 churches from the area.

The procession started at Dove dale Baptist church and ended at Waver tree Christian Fellowship in Earls field Road.

Val Clarke, whose husband Wayne Clarke is the minister at Dove dale, joined the walk with her children Joshua and Bethan. She said: "The reason of the walk is to share the message of Good Friday with the people of Mossley Hill.

"People came out of their houses to watch us go past.

"We want to get the message across that Jesus died for everyone.

"It felt like a good walk because we were allowed in the road.

"When Jesus walked through the streets of Jerusalem, he would have stopped people and got them to think."

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FOLLOW THE CROSS: The Walk of Witness yesterday from Dove dale Baptist church to the Waver tree Christian Fellowship in Waver tree Pictures: ANDREW TEEBAY / at210308a
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Publication:Liverpool Echo (Liverpool, England)
Date:Mar 22, 2008
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