With the Revd Denise Herbert leading them, their Pentecost service was of great Spiritual significance to them all.  The church was filled with the fire and light of the Holy Spirit, outwardly manifested in the streamers of fire, balloons and red candles, inwardly manifested in the deep knowledge of God’s presence with them.  After their service of rededication of themselves to God and of healing, with good rousing hymns they enjoyed celebrating the Birthday of the Church with cake and fizz – a very special day.

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The Drop In Group enjoyed an interesting discussion led by one of the members on Rogation days, challenges for food producers and the environment. We interspersed this with prayers from the Irish Franciscans for blessing our land and crops.

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The theme at Nitekirk this month was ‘By the shoreline’. This regular monthly quiet space allows time for reflection, contemplation and creativity too if you should so wish.

 

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Both churches took  part in a bring-and-share lunch that recognised the contribution made to their fellowship by Deacon Elizabeth Harfleet over the three years she had been with them. Jean and Gwyneth marshalled the splendid eats, much enjoyed by the 40+ people who stayed after the service, after which Sue and Mary presented flowers.

 

 

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