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21 May 2020

We recently completely re-vamped our YouTube channel! The design's been updated and there's new content to enjoy as well. Here's some examples of the sort of things you'll now find. Subscribe and you'll access all these, plus many more.

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A spe­cial mes­sage from our Chair­man, Rev Lyn­don Bowring

Devo­tion­al mes­sage from Psalm 55

We've been doing live streams on Facebook, every morning from 08:45am. We share from God's word and pray together. Go to our Facebook page to find out more.

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