Thought for the Day 25th May

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Dear friends,

Happy Bank Holiday.

We are delighted that today Rev. Hannah Jeffrey offers her thoughts and reflections at the halfway stage in our prayerful journeying.
Please follow this link (available from 25/5):
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZxyFRW9CSI8
Thank you Hannah for you time and preparation.

The sheet for you Prayer Journal is attached.

Children' s Link:
A Children's page can be found by visiting https://www.thykingdomcome.global/resources/digital-family-prayer-adventure-map and scrolling down the page

Thy Kingdom Come is encouraging us to pray. A healthy prayer life is a vital part of our faith. Being able to pray in solitude, or in pairs/triplets can be most peaceful and helpful. Sometimes you just the assurance of being part a larger group. Whilst we still cannot do this as congregation gathered in our place of worship, we can join together through the miracle of the internet. Each evening this week there is an opportunity to join with Christian from all denominations in the Kettering Area (both Circuit and Deanery and more) at 7.30 p.m.

Churches Together in Kettering invite you to gather in prayer:
Monday 25th at 7.30pm: Hosted by Ian Hames and John Burdett: Christ the King
Join Zoom Meeting
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/88092722129?pwd=NDJ4c2dwOHZxdkRXMU5heGlzVUtndz09
Meeting ID: 880 9272 2129
Password: 467856

Every best wish,
Andrew

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