Thought for the Day 10th July

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Good evening my dear friends.

Our thanks are given to Margaret Tuffin for preparing a thought for Friday 10th July. This is attached. Much to ponder and pray through here — thank you, Margaret.

As we ease out of lockdown, there is an opportunity to worship at Central Methodist Church this Sunday, 12th July. Worship will commence at 10.30 a.m. and will follow all of the guidance for safe social distancing within worship. This will not be worship 'as normal'. There will be praying, bible readings and teaching, but no singing. The service will end at 11 p.m. and you will be asked to leave immediately. Seating is strictly limited and you will need to reserve a seat in advance. Your name will be kept for 21 days for 'track and trace' purposes. Sanitising your hands on arrival is mandatory. You can wear a face mask if you wish. Sorry for the list of "do's and don'ts". The Holy Spirit is helping us through all of this. Please reserve your seat by contacting Fiona Farrington at or by phoning 01536 485690. I look forward to worshipping with you.

We will still distribute to everyone a Sunday Service sheet and video for personal use.

Congratulation to Helena (Helly) Terry at Rothwell on being awarded a Masters Degree in Human Resource Management. Well done for successfully completing the course whilst keeping a full-time job, being a mother and wife, and offering a great deal of time and commitment at Rothwell Meth. Ch.

Take care, sleep well,

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