Posted: March 2016
At the 10.30am Mothering Sunday service this weekend, we have a team of International Children's entertainers/puppeteers from Coverdale Puppets helping our minister Rev. Helen Kirk. It would be great if as many young people and adults could be there to sample what they have to offer. The puppets are used extensively in churches as a part of family services and outreach events, presenting bible stories and songs, showing the Christian message in a fun and visual way. The previous day they are running a Puppet Workshop from 2-7pm and for more details, click here.
Also taking part in the service will be the Junior Choir, singing for their, and all other mums.
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