Webteam: April 2020
I attach my thought for this day based on the gospel reading for tomorrow. Usually I (and most other Ministers) have this weekend 'off' as holiday, so it is not often that I have an opportunity to reflect upon 'Thomas' and his needing to see before believing. The 2 sides of A4 service include 5 video links to the hymns and my recordings of the prayer/reading/ and reflection. I hope you are able to use the hyperlinks.
Kate Horrix has prepared an act of worship for tomorrow also linked to Thomas. We have both taken a different tack — so please enjoy two views.
I will send the links to Kates service later on Saturday afternoon.
Best wishes, Andrew
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