Webteam: November 2020
Vine at Home and Extraordinary Gifts from All We Can
The Vine at Home
Please find attached this week's Vine at Home. This week Tim reflects on the set gospel reading and challenges us to look deep within ourselves and reflect on what it means to each of us when we read "Whatever you did for the least of these, you did for me", especially in the light of Black Lives Matter.
The opening prayers this week are also available as a free downloadable video — Click here
Extraordinary Gifts from All We Can
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