Sunday worship for May 3rd

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Our thanks to Ruth & Clare),

Thank you for preparing our worship tomorrow. To be found here, https://www.youtube.com/watch?

Please follow this link
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCmPa8JA4Icd40pPOuTkCRgQ?view_as=subscriber to our Circuit Channel and select the 3rd May Service picture and click on it. You should then see the complete service.
Steve Hone has linked all the clips together into one playlist on the Kettering & Corby Methodist YouTube channel. Later today I will send the link to folk around the Circuit. Nearly at 150 individual email addresses now.

And.. one very big apology from me for not checking the clips fully before I recorded my thought for this day. You can tell that I had to think quickly and alas chose the same reading and hymn. Sorry. It is always good to have differing perspectives on the same subject. In reality this is what the Circuit experiences each week — particularly if we follow the lectionary.

Wow! Could any of us have thought just 8 weeks ago that we would be preparing worship in this way and be reaching so many people. Praise the Lord.

Take care, Andrew

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