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We are also looking to establish a prayer chain which Andy Seehusen has agreed to be the link for. If you would like to participate please let me know then I will pass your email to Andy

How it works is quite simple. Anyone can pass details of an individual or a concern that needs prayer, they need not be connected to church. Andy would then send an email out to those on the list requesting prayer (we will incorporate folk by phone at some point). It does not need details so if it is a person just a name and an idea as to why prayer is requested. Obviously we do not need to seek prayer for the big news stories

Richard's contact details: Tel. 01296 339899 | Email: revrja@outlook.com

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