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  • Thought for the day 8 March
    8 International Women’s Day I remember a conversation some years ago with a friend, who is a well-qualified biologist, about the preponderance of drakes rather than ducks on a pond or river. Her answer was along the lines of: the females tend to stay in the background, while the males …

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  • Sunday Worship, 7 March 2021
    Welcome The LORD is in his holy temple; Let all the earth be silent in his presence Habakkuk 2: 20
  • Lent Communion, 7 March 2021
    Eucharist, The Sacrament of Communion: A service of Communion, in which those who wish may share. All are welcome; The LORD is in his holy temple; Let all the earth be silent in his presence Habakkuk 2: 20
  • Thought for the day 6 March
    6 British Science Week Yesterday marked the start of British Science Week, an annual ten day celebration of science, technology, engineering and mathematics. It is particularly designed to inspire and encourage young people to find interest, challenge and fun in these areas of learning. Over the past year we have …

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  • Thought for the day 5 March
    5 World Day of Prayer This year’s World Day of Prayer has been prepared by women from Vanuatu, an archipelago republic North East of Australia, formerly known as the New Hebrides. Its 82 islands (65 of which are inhabited) stretch over some 560 miles from North to South, and were …

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  • Thought for the day 4 March
    4 World Book Day “What are you reading at the moment?” a question asked in many Zoom chats over the last year. Most of us take reading for granted, and find pleasure and relaxation in it. UNESCO, the United Nations agency, established World Book Day to promote reading for pleasure, …

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  • Thought for the day 3 March
    3 National hearing day During the pandemic restrictions we have become accustomed to wearing face coverings when we go into shops etc. Sometimes we have ‘fun’ trying to recognise someone behind their face covering. We also find challenges trying to have a conversation when you have to stand 2m apart …

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  • Thought for the day 2 March
    2 Eating disorders week 1-7 March Most people eat to live, some appear to live to eat. Some don’t have enough food because of poverty or famine, and go hungry. Some don’t eat a balanced diet of ‘healthy’ food because of poverty-related issues. There are also a substantial number of …

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  • Thought for the day 1 March
    1 March St David’s Day Marie Curie Daffodil Appeal starts Today is St David’s Day, a focus for Welsh people everywhere to express their sense of identity and community. The emblem of Wales is the daffodil. It is also the emblem of the Marie Curie Cancer Charity, which provides care …

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  • Sunday Worship, 28 February 2021
    Welcome When Christ appears we shall be like him, because we shall see him as he is 1 John 3: 2
  • Thought for the day 27 February
    27 Sort of typical isn’t it: Friday was lovely and sunny, Monday and Tuesday are supposed to be good weather, but at the weekend it’s cloudy and wet. How often does that happen? But life’s a bit like that. There are many things, like the weather, that we can’t control. …

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  • Thought for the day 26 February
    26 I saw an interesting story in the news today about Russian diplomats returning home from North Korea with their families and luggage facing a problem getting over the border. North Korea has stopped all trains going in or out of the country as Coronavirus-prevention measures. So the diplomats travelled …

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