Rev. Richard Atkinson: August 2020
Apologies for the poor sound on the recordings last week, I have no idea why there were so bad. We have abandoned recorded contributions for this week in the hope of finding a solution.
Along with tomorrow's service details (click here).here is the latest letter going to all of our community which talks about the return to worship on a Sunday morning and the details of how to connect to the AGM next week — click here. I hope this tells you everything you need to know but if you have any questions please do ask
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