Sunday Worship 26th July

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Dear friends,

It is with great pleasure that offer to you worship for Sunday 26th July inspired by Lydia Barrett, Eco Champion for Northampton District. Lydia attends worship at Central and is a key member of the Youth Group and Girls' Brigade.

I have developed Lydia's theme of rejoicing in creation by sharing with you a version of Genesis Chapter 1 using Godly Play. This makes for a service suitable for children of all ages. This is identical to the service we will share at Central this morning.

Please follow this link:
(there may be a problem playing the second hymn — if so, skip past this to the prayers)

You can read the service by printing the document attached to this email.

You are invited to join together for coffee and chat at 11 a.m. (until 11.30 a.m.)
Please note the new time. This will give those attending worship at Central, and myself, opportunity to join us after the service too.

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Meeting ID: 822 6816 1575
Passcode: 386541

Peace be with you,

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