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Come and join us this coming Sunday morning at 10:30am for our All Age Service with Kids@Church a service not to be missed!

As we prepare for Christmas, we will be thinking about angels — and the important role they played in the story of the birth of Jesus

A number of our children and young people will be taking part in the service.

The stable will be in church and feel free to dress up as an angel or shepherd if you wish to!

We will also be blessing over 1,000 knitted angels before we set them loose on our town to bring hope, love, joy and peace to all who find them.

Shortbread angels will be available along with tea and coffee after the service.

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