Posted: July 2016
Following the EU referendum, there has been a widely reported increase in racial abuse and hate crimes around the country. Many perpetrators have quoted the referendum result as justification for their acts. Irrespective of how we voted, the overwhelming majority of us in this country find this behaviour offensive and unacceptable.
We can all help to contain this intolerance by being aware of a police website called True Vision. This gives guidance on defining hate crimes and ways of reporting them. The police say that by reporting incidents to them they may be able to prevent them happening to someone else. To go to the report-it.org.uk website, click here.
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The Christmas Post Box is now in the Welcome Space. The cards are not delivered to people, so if they are not collected, they are disposed of after Christmas. If you're unsure if your friends and colleagues come to Church often, please send your cards by ordinary post instead. Please make sure you write surnames on your cards! There is also a board in the Church Welcome Space where...
The next BIBLE STUDY is TOMORROW, Wednesday 4th December at 2pm in the Hall. Richard looks forward to welcoming you. Richard's next 'morning' will be Friday 6th December, when he will be in the Church, Welcome Space or office if you would like to talk to him. This is your last chance to buy a Missions Christmas Quiz sheet- £1 . Answers are to be returned to the card...
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