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Lockdown has been a tough experience for many of us, in different phases over the last year or so. And the hardest one has been this winter just past, where many of us have been longing for some semblance of ‘normality’ again.
We’d love to welcome you back to church as we return to meeting together. Technology has helped us in lots of ways, and will continue to play an important part in the days ahead, but there’s no substitute for seeing each other face to face (even if we carry on with masks for a while yet).
The Bible makes it clear that each of us – made in the image of God – are created to be part of communities. We need each other – our loved ones, our wider families, friends and neighbours. The pandemic has reinforced this, as we’ve looked out for each other. We’re made for relationship – with each other, and with God.
And the best way to build relationships is to talk and spend time together. Maybe you’ve watched our worship services online and haven’t yet joined us in person – do be assured you’ll be very welcome!
“The steadfast love of the LORD never ceases; his mercies never come to an end; they are new every morning; great is your faithfulness.” (Lamentations 3: 22-23)
As we meet to worship God each Sunday and to celebrate his grace and faithfulness to us, we’d love to see you – do come and join us.
Let people know that your church doors are open again and you are ready for people to start meeting with you again in person.