Week of prayer for Christian Unity

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United service for the week of prayer for Christian Unity.

January's united service will be held on Sunday 22nd at Wantage Parish Church, Ss Peter & Paul.

Please note that this will be at an earlier time than is shown on the Circuit preaching plan. The event will begin with tea at 4:00 pm, followed by the service at 4:30 pm. Our Minister, Revd Keith Underhill will be the preacher

We look forward to worshiping together as the Wantage and Grove Church Partnership during this special week to mark the week of prayer for Christian unity.

In the words of the late Revd Fred Pratt Green, Methodist Minister;
"What shall our greeting be: Sign of our unity?
Jesus is Lord!
May we no more defend Barriers he died to end:
Give me your hand, my friend: One Church, One Lord!
"

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