Banners will fly high as churches across Saddleworth step out on to the streets on June 14 with their Walks of Witness.
Delph: At 9am, Delph Band will lead a procession through the village before a Joint Service with the Methodists and Church of England at 9.30am. Followed by a Walk of Witness.
Denshaw: Procession will form at church gates on Huddersfield Road at 9.45am. Walk round the village, singing hymns at various points.
Kilngreen, Diggle: Church procession leaves Kilngreen at 9.30am. Hymn on Sam Road and a short service at The Gate Inn then process to King George Playing Field, Uppermill for joint service at 11am.
Dobcross: Procession assembles at Sandy Lane at 9.40am, church, school, banners, brass bands and community. 10am Short open air service in the Square; 10.25am: Procession leaves for joint service at King George Playing Field, Uppermill for a joint service at 11am.
Friezland and Lydgate: Christ Church Friezland and St Anne’s Lydgate assemble at 9.30am outside Christ Church. Process to King George Playing Field, Uppermill for a joint service at 11am.
Greenfield: Service at St. Mary’s at 9am. Process to Road End accompanied by Boarshurst Silver Band and proceed to Greenfield Methodist Church for 9.45am service. Joint walk of witness around the village led by the Right Reverend Mark Davies, Bishop of Middleton.
Uppermill: St Chad and Sacred Heart meet for short service at 9.30am at Parish Centre then process to King George Playing Field for joint service at 11am.
Uppermill: Uppermill Methodist and Ebenezer meet at School Street at 9am. Process to King George Playing Field for United Church Service at 11am.