Webteam: July 2020
Friends, good evening,
How are you? Today, I've enjoyed basking in the sun this afternoon whilst dipping in and out of highlights of previous Men's Finals at Wimbledon. Wolves triumphed over Everton too. Most importantly, we were blessed with on-line worship led by Rev. Hannah, and 24 managed to worship at Central. The service went well. The meticulous planning worked. Mick, Sue, and Fiona guided everyone in and out safely whilst Caroline, Clare and myself led worship and used the new video projection (photo attached). We will find it much easier to plan next time. Pat and Ian hosted the Chat and coffee time. Much rejoicing in all of this. Many prayers have been answered. Praise the Lord.
Don and Jenny have provided our thought for Monday. This is an encouragement to pray. Thank you Don and Jenny.
The text for printing is enclosed and a video recording can be found at:
We give thanks, too, that Tim Jeffery has been licensed to be a Reader at St Giles Church. Tim, may God continue to bless you in your ministry.
Andrew Farrington is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.
Topic: Circuit Prayer Meeting
Time: Jul 14, 2020 07:30 PM London
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Take care, Andrew
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