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Special Prayers for Manchester

In a Special Service at St.Bart's Church, Thursday 25th May

St Bart's joined with other churches throughout the world to pray and members will continue to do so until 4th June, which is Pentecost.

Nobody knew, when this prayer evening was planned, that Manchester would be bombed with such tragic results, but it dominated our evening as we prayed for all those affected, those who had helped and were continuing to do so and for love to overcome hate, wherever it occurred.

Thank you to all those who attended and voiced their prayers of hope and toleration for all.

Thy Kingdom Come — Week of Prayer.
25th May — 4th June 2017.

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