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Reflections

In the coming week the Prayer Handbook will be encouraging us to pray with Christians in West Africa, Britain and Ireland. The theme for next week's A Word in Time Bible studies is Prayer and Prudence written by the Revd Dr Richard Clutterbuck.

Walking for Change

Starting on the 13/14 November, Christians across England will be partaking in a Pilgrimage2Paris, calling on world leaders to agree a fair, ambitious and legally binding climate change deal in Paris at the UN climate talks on 27 November. More information can be obtained from the link. http://pilgrimage2paris.org.uk/

Video Thursday: DoTheDadDance

A new campaign in aid of UNICEF UK is raising money for less privileged children, through encouraging dads to film themselves dancing. Contact the Methodist Church for more details.

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