Sunday Worship 15th November

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Dear friends,

Noel and I invite you to join us tomorrow at 10.30 a.m. for worship, live-streamed, from Rothwell Meth. Church.

We will follow a similar pattern to last week. There is opportunity for gathering conversations from 10.30 -10.45 a.m. At 10.45 a.m. we will start worship for 30 approximately minutes. There will be a short time for further conversation at the end. It is not easy to achieve any of this without fixed internet so be please be patient if signals wane or screens freeze. We are trying a 'one step at a time' approach. I have invested in an extra camera to give differing viewing angles. Caroline is going to be the director of communications, with Fiona as back-up. A team endeavour — all safely distanced and within C-19 guidance

The most important thing is that we are gathering for worship, hearing the word of God, and sharing corporate prayer.

How to join? Simple, please follow:

Meeting ID: 815 4185 8676
Passcode: 4316

An order of service for reading/printing is enclosed.

Look forward to seeing you tomorrow.
Every blessing, Andrew

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