Posted: March 2020
Remember to tune in to our live-streamed morning worship tomorrow, Sunday 22nd March. Our minister, Richard Atkinson will be leading our first streamed service without a church congregation, starting at our usual time of 10.30am.
If you miss it then, like all our services, it will remain on the website for six weeks.
Richard would love to have your feedback. What did you like? Are there any things we can do to improve the viewing experience?
For content, please contact Richard on email@example.com.
For technical streaming matters, please contact Peter Green on firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss with our Stream Team.
We look forward to sharing worship with you tomorrow if you can make it.
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