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Tuesday 1st December – Icon of the Day

‘And then, just when everything is bearing down on us to such an extent that we can scarcely withstand it, the Christmas message comes to tell us that all our ideas are wrong, and that what we take to be evil and dark is really good and light because it comes from God. Our eyes are at fault, that is all. God is in the manger, wealth in poverty, light in darkness, succour in abandonment. No evil can befall us; whatever men may do to us, they cannot but serve the God who is secretly revealed as love and rules the world and our lives.’


Dietrich Bonhoeffer


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Image: Helping the homeless, east side of Broadway, between 79th and 80th Street, New York, USA

Photo: Ed Yourdon, 2008, used under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 2.0 Generic licence.

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In St Mary’s prayer cycle in this season of Advent, we pray for all who wait patiently for prayers to be answered.


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In these unprecedented times, St Mary’s is reaching out and supporting our community in many ways, especially online. But with activities in our buildings greatly restricted, we no longer receive the previous level of financial support from collections at Services, nor from hiring out the church and hall buildings.


If you can help us financially to continue to offer Christ's love to our community in these difficult times, as those before us have done down the centuries, please consider making a donation by debit/credit card and to Gift Aid it if possible, by clicking this link to 'givealittle':

https://givealittle.co/campaigns/4360add2-de5e-456a-9958-34f5276a3887


Thank you!



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