Sunday Worship 17th May

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Dear Friends,

I hope you are all well. I hope that you have been able to make good use of the most recent physical distancing advise and had contact with the a friend or family member? It seems that most people are still acting sensibly, carefully, and appropriately. Let us pray that we continue to move towards having more freedom of movement, healing, and peace of mind. For now, we remain prayerful & patient.

Alan and Maureen have prepared our worship for Sunday 17th May. The Order of Service is attached. Please note the video links for hymns, bible reading, and sermon. They need to be accessed separately.

It is really encouraging to see more of our Preachers and Worship Leaders becoming willing to try newer technologies. What you see today is the result of many hours of preparation, recording, editing, up-loading, and double-checking. I thank Alan & Maureen for their courage and gentle perseverance to just give this a try. We are blessed in this Circuit to have 4 of the 6 Churches with good fixed audio/video systems. These do enhance our worship (not every time, but when appropriate). Let us hope that soon Cornerstone and Cottingham may reach the same point. Praise the Lord.

With every best wish,
Andrew

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