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Sunday Reflection: Struck Down but not Destroyed

It is Farrington and Paulton this coming Sunday morning. We are continuing to look at the kingdom of God through the Old Testament and Jesus revelation, trying to see ourselves and the world through God’s eyes.

As restrictions have now been lifted we will be able to sing together on Sundays!! You can use the YouTube link below to get yourself tuned up and ready.

If you don’t yet feel able to attend in person, we will continue to provide online worship options as well. The link to Twitch is at the bottom of this email.

This is the last week before we change pattern for the Summer. Discussion groups and morning prayer will break until September and we will be running community events and Messy Church over this period.

This Sunday is also Rosemay’s last Sunday (the student). Here is a parting message from her:

‘To all of the wonderful people of Paulton Benefice, it has been a delight to have spent time with so many of you over the past couple of months. Thank you for welcoming me into your communities, and sharing some of your stories with me.
It has been a privilege to have shared this journey with you, and my prayer for you all is that you will feel God’s Blessing on you as you journey on in faith. I pray that you continue to support and encourage each other and that we will all be able to sing God’s Praises together in the future.

Good bye for now and God Bless,
Rosemary’

Come a join us to gather, pray, sing (metaphorically, but soon actually) and celebrate our freedom as the children of God.

There are many resources available to help you with your spiritual life through each week, including the responses for Sunday if you are joining in on Zoom.

I would still like to encourage you all to join me with is in praying together for some specific points.

We will also continue our online offering with sermon videos and audio recordings available as well as being able to view the live service and re-watch previous services here.