Webteam: May 2020
I enclose the Prayer Journal sheet for Day 3 of 11 of this series of 'Thy Kingdom Come' prayer reflections.
We are working with the teams at St Giles Benefice to bring a thought for the day based upon the 'Thy Kingdom Come' materials.
Please follow this link to see today's video (available on Saturday):
We are extremely grateful that Rev. Neil Clarke has prepared this video for us. Neil is the Assisting Priest at St Giles Church. For many years he has helped serve within this Circuit both at St Giles and by offering preaching and speaking appointments around the area. He is a much valued, loved, and respected minister. A true ambassador of ecumenism. Neil, thank you for all that you offer through your presence and ministry.
you may need to scroll down the page to the Day 3 clip.
As ever, please email or call me if you need help or just want a chat. I value our conversations.
Every best wish, take care,
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