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Sunday 17th October

At DBC, we have at least four individuals who struggle with varying degrees of blindness, so we have been partnering with Torch Trust to become a Sight Loss Friendly Church. So, this morning we are joining in with their national event "Sight Loss Sunday." Val Butt and Julie Mann will be helping us to think through how we can welcome, encourage and support those among us who have sight problems. For further information on this, please visit their website.

We are also continuing our series in Mark's gospel and this morning we'll be looking at Mark 13, which is apocalyptic! By that, I don't only mean that it's momentous, but also that it's about the end times! Please take a few minutes to read through it before you come. What point is Jesus making to his disciples here, and why? The service starts at 10.30am, but if you are unable to attend today, you can join the livestream by CLICKING HERE.

This evening at 7.30pm we have our Christians Against Poverty Prayer Meeting and all are welcome to attend on Google Meet. Don't worry if you're not sure how to join in, all you need to do is CLICK HERE and follow the instructions. We'd love to see you there, but if you can't make it, then the prayer sheet can be found by CLICKING HERE Please do take the opportunity to pray for this vital work this evening, or in the coming days.

Finally, every other week, one of our elders, Richard Cracknell, provides us with general prayer topics so that we can be united as we call on God through the week. You can access those by CLICKING HERE.

Thanks all,



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