Rural Mission Sunday 2019

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Rural Mission Sunday 2019

The friends at the Chapel are pleased to invite you to join us for an afternoon of 'Picnic and Praise' on Sunday 14th of July.

We shall be gathering from 12.30pm for a relaxed picnic on the grass area in front of Chapel and then moving into the church at 2.30 pm for a service of Praise and Thanksgiving, which will be led by Revd Jimi.

You are welcome to join us with your picnic or just to come along to service — the weather forecast is set fair and with such wonderful, peaceful surroundings in this corner of God's Kingdom, then what better place to celebrate all that is good in Rural Mission.

So come along with your picnic, we'd welcome any cakes or desserts to share amongst the picnickers, but the important person is YOU. We'll guarantee a warm and friendly welcome and a service full of praise.

We will have some chairs and tables but if you can bring your owns chairs and picnic blankets that would be good. There will be drop off point at Chapel, parking for the less mobile on the grass triangle near Chapel and most of the parking will be on the Millennium Green just a few yards down the road.

"Worship the Lord with Gladness, come before Him singing with joy"

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