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  • Monday, 24th August 2015

    Hebrews chapter 10 tells us that by God’s will, “we have been made holy through the sacrifice of the body of Jesus Christ once for all”, and that his body has become a curtain, through which we can enter his presence and begin a new and living way. A new way of life with hearts cleansed and our guilt washed away. A new way of life in hope, holding on to the promises of God, spurring each other on to do good, meeting with and encouraging one another. Let us pray, this Prisons Week, for all people affected by prison, that we will walk this new way, this new life, so that with confidence we can come together as God’s people, companions on the way, to spur each other on and encourage the good in us, whoever and wherever we are. 

    Monday, 11th August 2015

    Churning the cream to make butterOur Wedding Festival – which proved to be a very joyful celebration - has come and gone!  You may have read about our plans for the Festival over the first weekend of July, in the last issue of Link. We had three days of very different weather.  On the Saturday it was too hot, on the Sunday it was too wet and on the Monday it was just right. (Sounds like Goldilocks and the Three Bears!) Interestingly, although it was not a bank holiday, we had almost as many visitors on the Monday as we did on the Saturday.
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