Webteam: October 2020
Thought for the Day.
I am so pleased that todays 'Women of the Bible' considers Shiprah & Puah. As Margret Tuffin correctly notes, they are often the over looked heroines of the Old testament. Without their fortitude, ingenuity, bravery and audacity one of the most significant characters of the bible would not have survived beyond childbirth. Thank you Margret for you choice.
Worship on Sunday.
Just a gentle reminder that this Sunday we formally welcome Rev. Noel Nhariswa to the Circuit at Central, Kettering. We have invited a fair representation from the across the Circuit reflecting the diversity of the congregations.. There are no further seats available. We intend to both record and live-stream the service. At 3 p.m. — 4 p.m. there will be opportunity for you to meet Noel at a virtual tea party. All of the links will be sent tomorrow.
You are able to reserve a seat at St Giles Church, Desborough where Rev. Neil Clarke is leading worship at 10 a.m. Please contact Wendy East.
Every best wish. Andrew
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