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The coronavirus has revealed vast inequalities and threats to our wellbeing.
Our churches are not in their buildings but are alive in communities. In the midst of this, what does it mean to be a people of justice and peace?
How do we live in a crisis and work for God's kingdom?
A webinar is being held by JPIT at 3pm on Thursday 21 May to consider these and more issues. To register and for information click here.

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: Tue 19 Oct 9:44am

Your District can help us win a partnership that will change the lives of 3 million disadvantaged children across the UK.Do you know anyone who works for Morrisons? Action for Children is one of two charities shortlisted to become their next charity partner. From 18 to 27 October, Morrison's staff will vote to choose.So, please tell them to click here www.actionforchild...

Coffee-and-Breakfast
AM: Tue 19 Oct 9:39am

KINGSLEIGH COFFEE MORNINGSWe Offer You a Warm Welcome!PLEASE come along and JOIN US onFriday 5 November from 10 am -- noon in Church for aCOFFEE MORNINGTea, Coffee, Cordial, Toast and Tea Cakes(There will also be a stall for Methodist Homes for the Aged) ________________________________________The next Coffee Morning will be a CHRISTMAS COFFEE MORNING onFriday 3 December from...

Circuit Vision Day
TM: Sat 16 Oct 8:35pm

Circuit Vision Day posters have been delivered to each church in the Circuit. Please can Church Stewards make sure that these are displayed in a prominent position.We are looking forward to seeing as many people as possible attending the Circuit Vision Day.If you require any more posters or would like further information, please contact the Circuit...