Video & Worship @ Home, 7 June, Revd Phillip Dixon

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Video 7 June

My Dear Friends,

Thank you for the very many kind comments and words of encouragement concerning last weeks Pentecost service. This week we begin a 5 week series on Paul's letter to the Galatian churches, the video clip is provided to you as the preaching for the service and may be used at that point in the Worship at Home sheets following the reading of the passage (Galatians 1:1-12). As always, please use these resources as best suits your circumstances and available technology.

My prayer is that you will be blessed by using these resources and that we will enter into a time of worship together, as a "family of faith" in our Lord Jesus Christ.

Yours as ever, in Christ Jesus.
Phillip

The Worship Sheets can be found here

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