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Wantage & Grove Street Pastors prayer cards.

On the table in the Wantage chapel foyer, there are some prayer cards that are designed as book marks.

There are suggested topics for your prayers on these, together with information about a couple of events.

There are also some 'business' cards that give details of how online donations can be made.

Please do take a book mark and also one of the cards if you would like to make a donation.

There is a significant financial cost to ensuring that regular patrols go out on Friday and Saturday nights, and so any donations are very gratefully received.

If you would like to consider a regular small financial contribution, then please do check out the website to see how to do that. Thank you very much.

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