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Online Services for week commencing 31st May

During the Coronavirus pandemic we are providing various services and reflections online. The videos below are for the week commencing 31st May 2020. We are also adding regular material to our Bronte Virtual Church blog. Please visit our blog for the … Continue reading

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Archive: Online services and reflections

During the Coronavirus pandemic we are providing various services and reflections online. The videos below are those published up until 27th May 2020. Midweek Reflection – 27th May 2020 “A short meditation on a holy site,” by our Rector, Rev … Continue reading

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Help needed from our young people and children!

As well as being Pentecost next Sunday, it’s also West Lane Baptist Church’s Sunday School Anniversary, so we have an exciting opportunity to celebrate the roles our young people and children play in the life of our church community across … Continue reading

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Worth Valley Churches take to the internet!

News Release from Worth Valley Churches Together A group of Worth Valley Christian Churches have employed 21st Century technology to deliver their age-old message during the Covid-19 crisis. Not being able to worship at Church during crisis has been a … Continue reading

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Thresholds

We’ve updated www.brontevirtualchurch.com today telling of a newsletter (belatedly enclosing a Palm Cross) which will soon be coming to a hundred and twenty households, new uses for the church porches at St James’ and St Michael’s, a mid-week video reflection … Continue reading

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