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MHA - Easter Cards

Our friends at MHA are doing an amazing job looking after clients in what are very difficult circumstances. If you are able, please show them your support by sending an Easter card to your nearest care home.

You can find your nearest home by clicking here.

They would also appreciate your prayers, and President Barbara Glasson has written this prayer for everyone at MHA:

God of mercy
At this time of anxiety and fear
We thank you for the dedicated work of MHA.
We pray your blessing on all who wash feet,
Who bring healing,
Who sit with the dying
Who bring comfort in confusion
Who bring peace to the afraid
In this we see the love of Jesus
Who is our strength and hope,
In whose name we pray
Amen

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