Churchgoers parade through streets in annual Walk of Witness

Times Series: Reverend Tim Seago leads a Walk of Witness from Totteridge and Whetstone station. Reverend Tim Seago leads a Walk of Witness from Totteridge and Whetstone station.

Churchgoers carried a large wooden cross through the streets of Barnet as part of a traditional religious walk.

Dozens of people took part in two Walk of Witness events in Hendon and Totteridge on Friday.

The Reverend Tim Seago, the priest-in-charge of St. Andrew's in Totteridge, carried a cross representing Christ on the road to Calvary, as parishioners followed behind him.

Rev Seago led the way from Totteridge & Whetstone Station, down Totteridge Lane and up the hill to Totteridge Common and St. Andrew's Church.

At the same time, 125 people took part in this year’s Churches Together Walk of Witness in Hendon.

The group walked a circular route from Egerton Gardens to Hendon Central via The Burroughs, singing hymns outside Hendon Central Station and Brent Street Post Office.

Members of West Hendon and Finchley Lane Baptists took part in the annual event, as well as Hendon Methodists, Christ Church and St. Mary’s and the Roman Catholic Church, Our Lady of Dolours in Egerton Gardens.

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7:26pm Tue 22 Apr 14

Neville Longbottom says...

I thought this country was Christian.

Well, where are they all hiding?
I thought this country was Christian. Well, where are they all hiding? Neville Longbottom
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6:42am Wed 23 Apr 14

Mr. Datchery says...

Neville Longbottom wrote:
I thought this country was Christian.

Well, where are they all hiding?
They're not by the look of this article.
[quote][p][bold]Neville Longbottom[/bold] wrote: I thought this country was Christian. Well, where are they all hiding?[/p][/quote]They're not by the look of this article. Mr. Datchery
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5:44pm Wed 23 Apr 14

Neville Longbottom says...

So there are 10, maybe 20 Christians in Hendon and Totteridge.
So there are 10, maybe 20 Christians in Hendon and Totteridge. Neville Longbottom
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10:13am Thu 24 Apr 14

Mr. Datchery says...

Neville Longbottom wrote:
So there are 10, maybe 20 Christians in Hendon and Totteridge.
I have noticed over time the utterly ridiculous comments you come out with but here you have surpassed yourself.
In 2012 the population of Hendon ward was 16,345 of whom 32% described themselves as Christian =52
[quote][p][bold]Neville Longbottom[/bold] wrote: So there are 10, maybe 20 Christians in Hendon and Totteridge.[/p][/quote]I have noticed over time the utterly ridiculous comments you come out with but here you have surpassed yourself. In 2012 the population of Hendon ward was 16,345 of whom 32% described themselves as Christian =52 Mr. Datchery
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10:23am Thu 24 Apr 14

Mr. Datchery says...

Mr. Datchery wrote:
Neville Longbottom wrote:
So there are 10, maybe 20 Christians in Hendon and Totteridge.
I have noticed over time the utterly ridiculous comments you come out with but here you have surpassed yourself.
In 2012 the population of Hendon ward was 16,345 of whom 32% described themselves as Christian =52
Oops... posted too soon, in 2012 5230 Christians in Hendon and 6405 in Totteridge Ward, seems to add up to 11635... Look a word of advice I found this out in about 5 minutes, unless you like looking ignorant do a little research first.
[quote][p][bold]Mr. Datchery[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Neville Longbottom[/bold] wrote: So there are 10, maybe 20 Christians in Hendon and Totteridge.[/p][/quote]I have noticed over time the utterly ridiculous comments you come out with but here you have surpassed yourself. In 2012 the population of Hendon ward was 16,345 of whom 32% described themselves as Christian =52[/p][/quote]Oops... posted too soon, in 2012 5230 Christians in Hendon and 6405 in Totteridge Ward, seems to add up to 11635... Look a word of advice I found this out in about 5 minutes, unless you like looking ignorant do a little research first. Mr. Datchery
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5:51pm Thu 24 Apr 14

Neville Longbottom says...

Well I asked where they were, they can't all be on Holiday.
So either they are embarrassed of their 'Religion' OR they are not really Christians. Because there is nowhere near 100 people in the photo, let alone thousands.

So who is really the ignorant one; you or I. I or U.
Well I asked where they were, they can't all be on Holiday. So either they are embarrassed of their 'Religion' OR they are not really Christians. Because there is nowhere near 100 people in the photo, let alone thousands. So who is really the ignorant one; you or I. I or U. Neville Longbottom
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6:55am Fri 25 Apr 14

Mr. Datchery says...

No you said there were only 10 or 20 Christians in Hendon and Totteridge, the Friday mentioned was Good Friday when there are Church Services so perhaps that was where they were.
No you said there were only 10 or 20 Christians in Hendon and Totteridge, the Friday mentioned was Good Friday when there are Church Services so perhaps that was where they were. Mr. Datchery
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