Thought for the Day 22nd July

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Good morning, I do hope that you are well.

Caroline Barratt has prepared todays thought 'Step out in faith' and the hymn 'One more step'.
Thank you Caroline. A text for printing is attached and the videos can be found at
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bIqubDSUYYM&list=PLHGjsfM3m9OIKFDkFbu1J0r_wh97uc-xN

Please note that Rothwell MC will no longer open for private prayer on Monday mornings or Thursday evenings. This is to allow sufficient time to prepare the chapel for regular Sunday worship and to be available to community groups. We thank Pat & Ian Basson, Fiona and myself for giving their time to be present. We also acknowledge those who found comfort in their prayer time. We hope that you will be able to join us on Sundays instead. I hope to be able to commence a new mid-week worship/fellowship at Rothwell very soon.

Best wishes, Andrew

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