Webteam: August 2020
O the joys of relying on laptops, video phones, internet, and other technologies.
Earlier this week, Joan Gray dutifully sent me her thought for Friday 7th. You wake up ready on said day to forward it to its intended recipients only to discover that the message had been shredded by Outlook. Thankfully Joan had kept a copy and so.... with a sense of irony I forward to you the second thought for Friday 7th now renamed Saturday 8th.
Thank you Joan.
Sunday 9th August: 10.30 a.m. Central Meth. Ch, School Lane, Kettering led by Caroline Barratt.
We do still have some seats available for this. Please phone or email Fiona Farrington today at email@example.com or 01536 485690.
Likewise, book your seat for Sunday 16th, 10.30 a.m. at Rothwell Meth. Ch led by Pat Basson.
Thank you for your dedication to join in various 'virtual' meetings. The usual pattern during August is for fellowships to have a break for a few weeks. With this is in mind, we are going to have a break from after-worship coffee and chat, and the Tuesday prayer meeting. We will resume these from 30th August. You are all getting very adept with 'zoom'. It is possible for you to establish your own meetings if you wish to continue seeing your friends. To do this use the 'schedule a meeting' option in Zoom. I am happy to distribute your meeting links — just email them to me.
Every best wish, Andrew
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