Sunday Worship 2nd August

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Dear friends,

Good morning, and welcome to worship today led by Philip Rice with help from Carolyn too.

Three ways to engage with this:
1. Print and read the attached text of the service.
2. Watch the service on YouTube:
3. Journey to Rothwell Methodist Church for 10.30 a.m. and worship with friends from around the Circuit. Currently, there are still a few unreserved seats. Please phone me on 07985 308637, before you leave for Rothwell.

After-worship Chat and Fellowship. The move to 11 a.m. last week did not seem to help. So, we will stay with the 'usual' 10.30 slot. The downside to this is that I and those attending worship at Rothwell at 10.30 a.m. will not be able to join you. Don't worry about this — I am sure you will enjoy talking with your friends. So, if you wish to join for Chat at 10.30 a.m., please follow:

Meeting ID: 822 6816 1575
Passcode: 386541

I will do my best to join you later.

Every best wish,

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