I'm back from church. It was a Mothering Sunday service and was less formal than a typical service. The highlight was what took place instead of a conventional sermon/address.
The vicar asked a number of youngsters to join her to help her what she was going to do.
With their help she prepared some cake mixture. She used the various ingredients to illustrate various aspects of maternal care and love.
At the end of the service she brought a cake to the back of the church for people to have some. I assume that this was one which she had baked earlier though it looked as if it was the one which had been prepared. It's possible she had brought a microwave oven to the church vestry and it was baked in that as the cake was yellow in appearance rather than the brown I would expect if it had been cooked in a conventional oven.