December letter 2015 - Steeplewood - WEBSITE X5 DEMO VERSION

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Dear friends,

As you read this the Church is in the season of Advent.  The two most  import WebSite X5 Demo Version stian year are preceded by periods of quiet reflection, looking forward and preparing for the festi WebSite X5 Demo Version and secondly of Easter.  So Advent includes four Sundays of preparing, of ‘waiting’ for the WebSite X5 Demo Version Looking forward to this wonderful event of God sending his Son to live amongst us as a human. &nb WebSite X5 Demo Version vent we do not use the New Testament Letters, but the prophecies of the Old Testament.  The WebSite X5 Demo Version al of the Messiah.  
We have lots of events which you will read about in the rest of the &n WebSite X5 Demo Version f the strengths of being part of a Benefice with six different churches is that there is wide WebSite X5 Demo Version Group.  Our Carol Services vary as well, and this means that if anyone particularly lik WebSite X5 Demo Version go to more than one service and have different experiences of celebrating the birth of Jesu WebSite X5 Demo Version hes is holding their Carol Service in their local pub.  

We also have Group Services, a WebSite X5 Demo Version for the Group Service on the last Sunday before Christmas where we will be welcoming our & WebSite X5 Demo Version hop Richard Frith, and  children will be taking an active part in our service.   WebSite X5 Demo Version and and singers – so do come along and support the children especially.  

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