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You can share in our Palm Sunday service at 10.30am tomorrow, streamed live from the manse and led by our minister, Rev. Richard Atkinson.

As he mentioned at the start of last week's service, Richard has to be the cameraman, sound engineer and music DJ as well as leading our worship. His wife Louise helped out with the reading. If you missed last week, you can still see it by clicking the Streaming button on our home page and scrolling down to last week's service. Other recent services are also there.

During Holy Week, Richard will also lead a Maundy Thursday and Good Friday live-streamed service as well as next week's Easter Day service. More details will be on the website next week. Meanwhile, join Richard tomorrow at 10.30am.

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