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United worship at Epping URC - Sept 2019
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Caring for Creation

United morning worship for the churches of the eastern part of HAEBEA took place on Sunday 29 September at Epping United Reformed Church with 38 in attendance and all churches being represented.

Several people participated with Lindsey Brown leading.

A glad occasion of worship explored our duty to the planet and looked at what it takes to become an Eco Church.

Cakes and tea were served following with many remaining behind for fellowship.

Eco Church Scheme

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-Click here to visit the URC 'Caring for Creation' webpages.

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