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Coronavirus update 24th March 08.18 a.m.

Following both the PM's announcement last night and further guidance from Bishop James, we are now not able to open the church at all.

It is my hope that we will soon be able to have virtual meetings online. These will be times of reflection, discussion, prayer and meditation, and perhaps even singing.

I am in the process of talking with those who have the electronic skills to help me set this up.

In these tough, unprecedented times, call on your highest self, your true self, the divine spark in your soul to connect with those inner resources we all have

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