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For the details for Sunday morning's service, click here.

Also to remind you that we now have a service in church at 3pm on a Sunday afternoon. Plenty of seats are available but please check with me before coming. If you talk to church folk who do not have internet you might like to remind them of this service

We are beginning to look at a possible date for re-opening at 10.30am. Provisionally we are thinking of September 6th. There will be something coming out in the next couple of weeks. The stream will then be transferred to church. Under current restrictions capacity in church will be about 50 but we are looking at relaying the service into the hall which will allow a further 17 or so people to attend.

Blessings, Richard.

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