Thought for the Day 20th May

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Dear friends,

We give thanks at the end of this glorious day. Just spent the last hour in the garden as the sun fades, and we joined by a catalogue of birds. It seems that they know little fear and are content to come close. A joy.

Don and Jenny have prepared our Thought for 20th May (attached). We thank them for their time and dedication.

A mixture of emotions fills me as I read the 'hot of the press' revised instructions for churches as we try to emerge from 'lock-down'. I will let you rest easily and give you some headlines tomorrow.

Take care, Andrew

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