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Kids@Church

What a joyful Easter morning breakfast we enjoyed! It was wonderful to see so many people there and we hope you all enjoyed it too. One of the things I love about church is the mixing of the generations and it was very evident at our breakfast as the ages went from a baby of 7 months up to people in their 90s! Thank you all for your generous donations to 'All we Can' which totalled £196.45.

Our next Kids@Church will be on Sunday 19th May at 9:30 am in the church and we'd love to see you there!

Kids@Church is a monthly, informal service for primary school aged children and their families running from 9:30 to 10:15 am with some time in church and then an activity in the hall — new friends always welcome!

Jane Kent

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