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Wednesday, June 9th
"Feeling that we are not alone, can strengthen our hope."
Brother Alois, b. 1954
second prior of the Taize Community
This Sunday, June 13th
Revd. Brian Blackshaw will lead a Said Holy Communion
in Church @ 9am
& our Reader Margaret Peart will lead a
ZOOM Service of the Word from her home @ 10.30am.
(Revd. Tim is on holiday this week)
For the 10.30 Zoom,
please start logging-in a little later than usual,
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Covid-safe practice means we must still keep a record of those who attend, maintain 2m social distancing wherever and whenever possible, observe the one-way system, and the wearing of facemasks is compulsory.
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This week the church will be open for private prayer & foodbank drop-off,
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday & Saturday from
10 - 4pm.
PARTICULARLY NEEDED AT THIS TIME PLEASE:
LONG LIFE READY MEALS
There will be times when there are unexpected works going on in church, and we will unfortunately not always be able to adhere to these times.
We give thanks for our gradual emergence from lockdown, remembering those who helped us get to where we are today: the vaccine staff, administrators and logistics experts, both military and civilian, and all doctors, nurses, health and care workers , that you would fill them with your Spirit,
especially when exhausted,
that they may always know your presence
in all their work.
Help us continue to exercise vigilance, maintain all due care and caution, and be kind, patient and understanding with those who remain fearful.
We ask this through the same
Jesus Christ, our Lord.
Please take care, be safe, and be wise.
Go with God and may the peace of the Lord
be with you all
Best love to you all,
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