World Day of Prayer @ Hatfield Heath URC

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World Day of Prayer

You are warmly invited to join us at Hatfield Heath United Reformed Church at 2pm on Friday 4 March, for a joint service across all of our local villages as part of the 🙏WORLD DAY OF PRAYER 🙏Refreshments and fellowship will follow the service.

During the service we will be saying special prayers for the Ukraine population and the mainly people in Russia who are protesting against this invasion. We will also be praying for many countries, including our own, where poverty, hunger and lack of a safe environment are sadly the norm.

The World Day of Prayer aims to demonstrate that prayer and actions are inseparable and that both have immeasurable influence in the world. Please share this message with your friends — everyone is welcome to this Day of Prayer🤝

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