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Letter from Maureen Honeyman (churchwarden)
Be still and know that I am God; I will be exalted among the nations, I will be exalted in the earth. Psalm 46:10.
In the last edition of the Parish Magazine Chris commented in his leading article how beneficial it would be for us all to manage without him.I wonder if you agree? It feels empty without his and Maggie’s presence but he left us with such an organized structure and rota of services that half his time away has just flown by. I think the nature of his job is very diverse and that we are helping out/stepping up wherever that is needed. We do owe a big vote of thanks to Christine in the office and Richard Hudson for holding us together in a multitude of ways. We are terrifically fortunate to have visiting and retired clergy to oversee our services and several of our church members are gifted at leading and preaching too. So we have much to be thankful for and do pray that this sabbatical for Chris and Maggie will be refreshing in every way.
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(Colossians 3:12-17) by Sandra Tebbutt on Sunday July 20th.
The Parable of the Sower
(Isaiah 55:10-13) by Bishop Graham Kings on Sunday July 13th.
(Matthew 11:16-19-25-30) by Venerable Stephen Waine on Sunday July 6th.
Jesus our teacher
(Romans 6:1-11) by Garry Guinness on Sunday June 22nd.
() by Garry Guinness on Sunday June 15th.