Jeremy is on a well- earned break for a week and we continue to celebrate being able to meet together. This week we begin 8 am and 10 am services again and there is much to thank God for.
Our annual meeting went well last week and we look forward to the future with great anticipation, knowing that God is building the church as we walk with the Lord in faith and courage.
Today’s Bulletin has a photo of beautiful hand crocheted poppies. These have been lovingly arranged in the church to commemorate Remembrance Day.
Remembrance Day is held on the 11th November to give thanks for the sacrifice of people who have died in war, so that future generations can be free. The poppies are a symbol of remembrance as they carpeted the landscapes of the Western Front in WW1.
It is a gift to remember and give thanks for those who have gone before as we build for the future. You might like to look at the tributes to service people that are listed on the walls of the church.
May Jesus’ peace be with us.
Rev'd Georgina Magill
All Souls Sandringham