Women's World Day of Prayer

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This year's service will be held at St. Mary's Catholic Church on Friday 3rd March at 2pm. It's been prepared by the Christian women of the Philippines on the theme 'Am I being unfair to you?' based on the parable of the workers in the vineyard. It will also be an opportunity to hear something of what's happening in our town and a chance to meet Rachel Sturt, our next Anna Chaplain. Parking may be limited at the church but Waitrose provides two hours free parking. This service is for all — so do come along and be a part of this great worldwide wave or prayer and praise.

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