Posted: February 2017
During her sermon on Sunday, Helen Kirk expressed appreciation of our local MP David Lidington making time for his annual meeting with local clergy. She also tweeted to him her thanks for his time, especially his call for tolerance. In today's divisive world, it is needed more than ever. Look no further than our local Mosque's appreciation of Helen's supportive letter to them (click here for details). On their Facebook page, they posted, "Management of the Mosque can feel like a thankless task at times but we assure you that VERY special moments like this make every bit of it worthwhile! This is on course to become our most popular posting." We offer our Muslim friends our continuing prayers and support.
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