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As part of our Worship through... Sunday services, Esther recently led us in worship through..pottery, bringing her friend Andrew Hazelden, who's a potter, with her.

This will be long remembered as a very special service indeed. Please find below photos of the service along with the poem that was written for him, by K.E. Newman in May 2014 entitled, Complete Brokenness.

You can find out more about Andrew at http://www.yarntonpottery.net

Worship through pottery - Poem and Photos

Worship through pottery 2- Poem and Photos

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Worship through pottery 4 Poem and Photos

Worship through pottery - 5 Poem and Photos

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