Thought for the Day 4th August

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Dear Friends,

Our thanks are given to Maureen Ownsworth for her thoughts for this day. She encourages us to follow the Psalmists call to offer a new 'song' to the Lord. Church life has been radically changed in the past months. It has not always felt easy or calm, but we have been led by the Holy Spirit and discovered new ways of making our offering of praise.

As ever, you can print the text of the message or simply follow the YouTube link. (Now, you weren't doing either of these things in February — could you imagine the Church Council discussion we may have held, and how long it may have taken to agree even to try?)

https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLQGjeq3w3Db4EK8C3uwgHQTSstVGdEGPD

We hold Maureen and her family in prayer this day as they encounter a time holding particularly fond memories of John.

Andrew

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