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Livability's 'Light up a Life' Easter Service

Canon Roger Royle is to join 300 of Livability's friends and supporters as he hosts Livability's Easter Service at Wesleys Chapel, London this April.

National disability charity Livability is renowned for its special Church services, having raised £26,000 for its work with disabled people at the last event of this kind.

This 'Light up a Life' service is a service of celebration, and an opportunity to give thanks for all that has been achieved for the largest Christian disability charity in the UK.

The event will feature a selection of hymns and readings that reflect the spirit of the Easter season, with performances by English National Opera's Mary Plazas and Pure Gospel Community Choir.

Canon Roger Royle says:

'With the world and our own nation in the state theyre in, there has never been a more important time to hear the Easter message the message of Hope. I very much look forward to sharing that message with you.'


The Livability 'Light up a Life' Easter service will take place at Wesleys Chapel, 49 City Road, London EC1 from 2pm to 3.30pm on Friday, 17 April 2009.

Tickets are complimentary however a suggested donation of £10 towards the work of the charity would be greatly appreciated.

For tickets please contact Lianna Ovenden on 020 7452 2115 or email events@livability.org.uk

Livability is the UKs largest Christian disability charity. At our heart is a vision of working with people and communities affected by disability, helping them to lead fulfilling, independent lives, and to maximise their potential.

For further information please contact Cathy McKenzie on 020 7452 2082 or email pressoffice@livability.org.uk

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