Video & Worship @ Home, 21 June, Revd Phillip Dixon

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Video, 21 Ju

My Dear Friends,

I am very excited to send this message to you this week. As we are at our 3 month anniversary we have tried to bring you something a little bit extra special this time and may I suggest that before you watch the video clip you will need your Bibles, some energy to dance and clap to the Lord — just like David, and then tissues for the ending.

As always, thanks goes to my son William who is the technical master behind the filming — he celebrates his 21st birthday on Wednesday and I don't think he expected to spend it with me in Bransgore, although of course I am very happy to have him here and for his help.

Please use the resources as best suits your circumstances, my hope is that we will "gather" at 10.30am on Sunday to begin with the Worship at Home sheets and then watch the full video clip at the appropriate time before concluding again with the sheets.

May you be blessed in all you do,
Phillip

Worship at Home sheets can be found HERE

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