A time for prayer
We know that we are living in uncertain times. We also know that every time we turn on the news we are hearing more uncertainty, more issues, and more division between people. Whatever our political standpoint, I think it is clear that no one was hoping that where we are now would have been the outcome of the Brexit referendum.
With this in mind, the archbishops of Canterbury and York have called the people of God together to pray for our nation, for healing and reconciliation where there has been division, and for those who lead us to lead with wisdom and grace.
Wherever you find yourself on the political spectrum, come and join us in prayer this Sunday morning at 10am at St Michael’s. There will be tea and coffee and a time for us to pray.
As Christians, we believe that prayer really makes a difference. We believe that God is listening and that he cares deeply. Come and join us as we lift our nation in prayer.
It’s a club for all those in Years 5 and 6. We play games, chill out, eat tuck, and have a lot of fun in the process. But the more people who come, the more fun will be possible. Why not send your children along to come and join us???
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