Thought for the Day 26 May

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Dear Friends,

Good morning and welcome to Day 6 of Thy Kingdom Come.
The Prayer Journal sheet accompanies this email.
We most thankful that Kim Rowbotham has prepared an accompanying video:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4Xoc7AUKnLo

Kim is a valued employed lay member of the team at St Giles. On behalf of the church she offers Bereavement Support in Desborough.

The link to the Children's activity page and video is: https://www.thykingdomcome.global/resources/digital-family-prayer-adventure-map, and then scroll down the page to the daily activity.

I encourage you to join in prayers for the Kettering area this evening. Tuesday 26th at 7.30pm: Hosted by Hannah Jeffery: Kettering Deanery.
Join Zoom Meeting
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82365973681?pwd=NU10cU9tdWNxNHdCT01vZkZndUR1QT09

Meeting ID: 823 6597 3681
Password: 627608

* Please come ready to light a candle in your home (but do not use anti-bac hand gel immediately before the meeting begins!)

Every best wish,

Andrew.

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