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Just a note to say we've got a new website, you can check it out at the same address www.tptrust.org. We hope you'll enjoy it and find it another useful source of information and up to date news from Turning Point.

You can download the monthly TP resource for October 2016, for printing out / emailing / church magazines / web pages / whatever way you might find it helpful. Do let us know if you have ideas of how we could improve this resource.

You can also download the latest prayer bulletin, formatted in a way to enable you to print and distribute, or pop up on a noticeboard. We've updated the look of our prayer email in line with the changes we've made to our website. We hope it will still be nice and easy for you to print and share. But do let us know if you have any problems.

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