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Hungerford Evening Prayer

Evening Prayer

We meet on Wednesdays over Zoom for an informal reading of Evening Prayer.

In the current circumstances, as we go into another lockdown and as the nights grow longer, everyone is encouraged to read the prayers at home commencing at 7:30pm each Wednesday.

Do join with us if you can.

The opportunity to come before God quietly, at home, knowing that others are doing the same thing at the same time can be a real encouragement!

We follow the Prayer In The Evening from the Methodist Worship Book. The words we use are set out in the attached document.

Please contact Richard (steward.hungerfordmethodist@gmail.com) if you would like any further information.

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