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Sunday 31st July 2022

In [Christ Jesus] you too are being built together to become a dwelling in which God lives by his Spirit.

Ephesians 2:22


This morning is the final message of our series on prayer, which was delayed by COVID (the series, not the prayer!) Today we are considering "Praying With Others" Why is this important? How is it helpful? The service begins at 10.30am and will not be livestreamed as Mark is away. Hope to see you there!


During the service this morning, we will be pausing to give thanks to those who contributed to the amazing provision of the funding for our desperately needed Audio/Visual rebuild, and we'll be responding to that by giving God the praise and glory together. So if you gave, and you are not able to be there this morning, thank you so much for your kind and generous sacrifice.


In the evening at 6pm, there is a Dereham Churches Together Prayer & Fellowship service at St Nicholas Church. This is an opportunity to get together with other churches in the town to worship together and to share how each church is doing. And it offers a wonderful opportunity to "Pray With Others" having learnt about it in the morning! It would be great to have plenty of us there, so please do come along if you are able.


We are taking a break from our Prayer and Prophecy meetings in August, so Richard Cracknell has very helpfully put together a page of prayer topics for the month,which you can access here.


Nigel


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