Easter Sunday Service

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Dear friends,

Thank you following the 'Thoughts for the Day' slots. We are today celebrating the triumphant end of the 'Footsteps of Christ' series. In coming days we will have daily contributions from Local Preacher and Worship Leaders.

I attach the Celebration Worship for Easter Sunday prepared by Maureen Ownsworth. We thought that it would be acceptable to have a longer service this day. It might be good if as many as are able could start at 10 .a.m. thus bringing a sense of community. See also 3., below.

Holy Communion for Easter Sunday (led by myself) — this is designed to be seen during Maureen's service or it can be played separately. Please follow this link:
https://youtu.be/ZVqZGqO20JY

The link may not work until tomorrow.

May you enjoy this day and rejoice in the wonders of creation which surround us.

Andrew

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