Palm Sunday at St Julitta's was a Camel-Alan Cluster service with a difference. Taken by Revd Angela Cooper, it started with a procession around the church carrying leafy branches to represent palms. Although it was a communion service, the earlier part of the service was punctuated with readings from St Mark's gospel. The spoken parts were taken by individuals in the congregation with Reader Sue Wilcocks taking the role of the evangelist. The whole congregation joined in lustily whenever a group of people proclaimed.

The short video reflects the moment of peace and quiet while most of the congregation process around the church before the service begins. The organ is played by Steve Tyrell. Note the unusual tracery in the west window. The swirling symbol at the top is very early and definitely pre-christian from the Far East signifying 'The Universe' and good fortune.