December 2020 – January 2021 Newsletter

DECEMBER 2020 / JANUARY 2021 Dear Friends  December is upon us.  The season of Advent is here – a time when we prepare ourselves for the coming of the Christ child at Christmas, though our Christmas activity this year may well be somewhat different than usual.  At the end of a year savaged by the effects […]

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October – November 2020 Newsletter

Dear Friends  I sincerely trust that we are all managing to cope with the long absence from meeting together to worship in Church.  We had hoped that, in this edition, we would be able to announce a starting date for resuming worship in line with the wishes of the majority of our members who had […]

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August – September 2020 Newsletter

Dear Friends  Since our last Newsletter in July 2020, we have had relaxations in the restrictions to combat the Covid-19 virus; but we are at present looking over our shoulders at parts of Lancashire not too far from Preston, where spikes of the virus have returned and some restrictions have been re-introduced.  The Elders met […]

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May – June Newsletter

Dear Friends In our last edition I began by reviewing all the activities planned in a busy run up to Easter. Regrettably only the World Day of Prayer Service and the recording of Reform Magazine took place. The rest were postponed by the restrictions imposed because of the Coronavirus pandemic. No public worship, no meetings.  […]

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July Newsletter

Dear Friends I trust that we have been keeping well and safe in this new world to which we are becoming accustomed and have coped with changes imposed without too much stress.  I hope that we are longing to return to church as soon as it is safe to do so. I have watched church […]

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May – June Newsletter

Dear Friends In our last edition I began by reviewing all the activities planned in a busy run up to Easter. Regrettably only the World Day of Prayer Service and the recording of Reform Magazine took place. The rest were postponed by the restrictions imposed because of the Coronavirus pandemic. No public worship, no meetings.  […]

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