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Service Review: 12th November 2017

On 12th November we welcomed back Jim Hodgkinson to lead our Remembrance Day Service, ably assisted by Chloe, Brian, Dennis, Estelle, Arthur, Nicola & Glen.

The service began with Jim showing the Junior Church a 100 year old family photo which included his great uncle, John, who was killed in WWI.

This reminded us all that our national history is indelibly linked to war and sacrifice whether 100 years ago or in more recent times, and that conflict continues to this day as we struggle to bring peace and reconciliation across our world.

Using the Parable of the Wise & Foolish Women from Matthew's Gospel, Jim then linked the theme of service to one's country to service to one's God. If his great uncle John was prepared to make the ultimate sacrifice when called upon, are we ready for our calling? Are we ready to help those less fortunate than ourselves on a daily basis and are we ready to account for our lives at the final call?

God Bless. Kindly written by Stuart Whittle

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Remembrance Sunday 2017

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Service Review: 19th Nov 2017

The theme of the service was ‘What if John came to the Triangle today’, and after the welcome by our own minister, Hillary Howarth, and she opened the service with hymn number 264 in Sing the Faith ‘Make way, make way’ and it was sung with gusto and enthusiasm.

We then welcomed our first guest John the Baptist! Not THE John the Baptist but our own Glen dressed as John the Baptist preparing the way for the Ministry of Our Lord, Jesus the Son of God. Glen played a fantastic part and the throwing of the balls was enjoyed by all.

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