Webteam: June 2020
I do hope that you have enjoyed the heat of this day. There has been little breeze to cool us down. Ruth Fitch has prepared our thought for Wednesday 24th June entitled 'That which cannot be shaken'.
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This accompanied by the text for Kates thought for today (Tuesday 23rd).
Thank you Ruth for your time and prayerfulness.
The news headlines offer an opportunity for worship to re-commence in our churches. We are waiting for the precise details and then the Methodist Church will give guidance to local trustees. At present I can offer no further information, other than my feeling that it will take some time for us prepare for a re-opening for worship. When we do, it is unlikely that it will be in the format we once knew. Singing is certainly not yet permitted. I assure you that you that the Daily Thought and Worship distributed by email will continue for some time.
We hope and pray that we will all gradually find the new rhythms of daily life, and that we will remain careful and cautious.
Every blessing, take care,
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