Worship on Wednesdays

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On the first Wednesday of the month, June Grunwald, has offered to prepare and project a short (30-40 min) powerpoint with prayers, bible reading, hymn(s) and images at 2pm in the Chapel. During these continued strange times, it will be another opportunity to meet in our Chapel (with all the social distancing etc in place) for those who would like to attend.

The first "Worship on Wednesday" will be on Wed 7 Oct at 2pm on the theme of Harvest and people are welcome to bring any tinned goods for the local food bank.

If there is a continued wish for this style of worship then June is willing to prepare something similar on the first Wed of the month on a different theme. Wed 4 Nov (Remembrance); Wed 2 Dec (Advent).

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