Sunday Worship Sunday 13th September

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Dear friends,

I am delighted to share with you an act of worship prepared for Maureen Ownsworth especially for those who are not able to attend at Central, Rothwell or St Giles. The YouTube link is:

copy for reading/printing is enclosed.

Thank you Maureen (and all those who helped make the various elements work).

I refrained from mentioning that 9th September was 'by your Priest a point day'. Not sure I entirely agree with the idea. However I felt truely blessed today to find a bunch of roses on my doorstep as 'a sign of the light of Christ shining in the world and your life'. These beautiful flowers have added colour and a sweet aroma to the Manse office. A attach a photo for you all to enjoy. Thank you.

Every blessing, Andrew
Rev. Andrew Farrington l Superintendent Minister
Kettering & Corby Circuit 23/19 :
Burton Latimer, Central — Kettering, Cornerstone — Corby, Cottingham, Desborough — St Giles LEP, Rothwell | The Methodist Church
+44 (0)7985 308637

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