Vigil candles are an important part of modern society, especially within the church. They are mostly used at funerals, wakes and during services to symbolise the light that is no longer with us.

While their use has changed over time, religious candles still hold a significant significance in today's world. In this blog post, we will talk about the significance of vigil candles in modern society. Read more here

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When it comes to communion wine, there are many factors to consider.

What type of wine do you want? What occasion is it for? How important are personal preferences?

All these questions and more can make choosing the right wine a daunting task. But don't worry, we're here to help! Read our blog on the best communion wine and what to look for in a quality product.

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Lent is a time of reflection and sacrifice. It's a time for Christians give up something they enjoy as a way to commemorate Jesus’ 40 days in the desert, preparing for his ministry. Many things can be given up, such as desserts, social media use or watching television.

In this blog we talk about lent and help you decide what to give up and discuss Lent candles and how to use them during the season of Lent. We will help you in your six weeks run up to Easter.

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This year, Palm Sunday falls on April 10th, and Eastertide starts on April 17th. If you're a church in the UK looking for some tips on how to celebrate, you've come to the right place!

In this blog post, we will discuss everything from paschal candles to altar wine. We'll also provide some helpful resources for those who want to learn more about the traditions and symbolism associated with Palm Sunday and Eastertide. Read more

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If you're looking for a beautiful and meaningful way to celebrate Easter, consider decorating a paschal candle. Paschal candles are lit during the Easter season to commemorate Christ rising.

They can be used in the church or at home, and make a lovely gift for someone special. In this blog post, we will discuss everything you need about Paschal candles!

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The Paschal Candle has a long history and carries significant meaning and symbolism in Easter services. The candle is lit during the Easter Vigil, symbolizing the light of Christ's resurrection overcoming the darkness of the tomb. The Paschal Candle is also lit during baptisms, signifying new life in Christ.

Read on for more information about the Paschal candle: the meaning and symbolism in Easter services.

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