Worship for Sunday 3 January 2021

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On this page you will find links to all the Worship and related articles for Sunday, 3 January 2021

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Our Service for this week has been written by one of the Circuit Local Preachers, and currently the Lead Circuit Steward, Miss Liz WARD. Please click on the arrow above for the VIDEO of this service.

Video & Worship @ Home
Revd Phillip DIXON
Introduction, Video and Worship Sheets.

Lectionary Thoughts
Mr Eric BROWN
On Sunday's second service

Sunday Scriptures
Revd Janice MORGAN
Scripture: Jeremiah 31:7-15 The promised return from exile

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