Webteam: April 2020
The first Forest Church gathering was supposed to be taking place in the garden at Oakmere Chapel this Sunday, 26th April at 1.30pm. We were going to start with a picnic and then our theme was going to be Earth Day which was celebrated on the 22nd April.
As we cannot gather together, I give an open invitation to you to join me at 1.30pm on the 26th April in your homes, gardens to have a picnic — or at any other time in the day and share in the worship we would have shared together. There is a PDF booklet attached that can be printed for the order of worship.
You may like to share a photo of the space you are in. Myself, Cagney and Lacey will be here in the manse garden in Tarvin.
I hope and pray that we will soon be able to hold the first physical gathering. Until then remember, 'The earth is the Lord's, and everything in it, the world, and all who live in it.' (Psalm 24 v 1)
Revd Jo Brown
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