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Many thanks to all those who took part in our all age worship this morning.

It was great to see so many people in church. With children (and those somewhat older) dressed for the part!

We looked at the importance of the angels and shepherds in the Christmas story and the message of "do not be afraid!"

We also took the opportunity of blessing the 1,120 Christmas knitted angels before they are let loose on our town very early Monday morning. Thanks to those who knitted, tied labels and agreed to meet at 5:00am tomorrow

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