Thought for the Day 6th July

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Dear friends,

Today, Philip Rice is sharing some thoughts on 'family'. Thank you Philip for your time and skill in making this video.

We give thanks for Carolyn and everyone in front-line caring and services. We acknowledge that the families of these workers have need to make sacrifices of distancing and contact during the response to Covid-19. Thanks Philip, and all those needed to 'keep distant', in order that we might be cared for safely.

Have you had a hair-cut yet? Got one planned? You will have noticed that I grew a beard, (yes, and coloured it a little) and then shaved it off, let my remaining hair grow wilder for a while before my No 1 trimming blade was liberated from storage. Now nicely mown. A simple wash and go — not even a need to blow. Super convenient.

Anyone want to share their 'before' and 'after' photos as a witness to the great lock-down challenge?

And: Rothwell MC is open for private prayer Monday 10 a.m. — 12 noon.

Every blessing,

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