Sunday Service for 13th June 2021

Posted on 13 June 2021Categories Online Services

Welcome to our service for 13th June 2021.

Service Collection and Online Gifts/Donations
If you attend our online services and normally give via the collection plate, or if you wish to make a donation to the work of the church, please used the attached link to make a gift. Can I say thank you to everyone who continues to support the work of St Andrew’s Church. Your contributions are very much appreciated. Nick Tooby (Churchwarden).
https://givealittle.co/campaigns/eef64318-0a22-4db7-8d81-0ab3ccddf15d

Coffee Morning
Join Zoom Meeting
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Meeting ID: 889 5975 8216
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To take part in the video service, please click on the YouTube link below:

Order of Service for Sunday, 13th June 2021

  • Welcome and Opening Prayer – Sue
  • Prayer of Preparation – Sue
  • Prayer of Confession – Sue
  • Absolution – Sue
  • Collect – Sue
  • Old Testament reading – Ezekiel 17:22-24 – Peter
  • Gospel – Mark 4: 26 – Peter
  • Song – Be thou my vision
  • Sermon – Kate Pearson
  • Intercessions – Lynnette
  • Lord’s Prayer – Sue
  • Song – The Lord’s My Shepherd – Di
  • The Creed – Sue
  • Notices and Blessing – Sue

Bulletin – 11th June 2021

Posted on 11 June 2021Categories News, Notices

“What a difference a week can make in politics” the saying goes. What a difference a week away from the garden can make, I say!  I returned from a week’s holiday to find my grass, which I’d cut the Friday before we left, looking like it hadn’t been mowed for a month. It wasn’t just my garden either, the grass in the churchyard seemed to have suddenly become a wild meadow, all within two weeks of the contractor cutting it. Now the gardeners out there will know that a wet period, followed by a warm sunny period, is the perfect scenario to give plants, flowers and yes grass, a massive growth spurt and last week certainly provided that.

It reminded me of a story of a four-year old telling his Grandma “ I know where God lives” Grandma’s curiosity made her ask “where’s that?” The little boy responded by saying “he lives in the woods, Grandad showed me”. Later that night she asked her husband “what have you been telling our grandson? He tells me you have shown him where God lives” Her husband chuckled and said “As we walked through the wood, we were making footprints on the ground, and I told him that even though we can’t see God, we can see the things he’s done. The animals, trees, grass and rivers are like God’s footprints.

The writer of Psalm 147 also pointed to the evidence for God within our creation saying “Sing to the Lord with thanksgiving. He covers the skies with clouds; he supplies the earth with rain and makes the grass grow on the hills. Praise the Lord” . Maybe as we look at the length of the grass at this time of year, and the fact it’s growing so quickly, we should see it as God’s footprints and praise the Lord for his goodness!

Nick Tooby
Churchwarden

Church Opening

The church is now open for live worship every Sunday and for private prayer on Thursdays. Due to limited seating, places may be reserved by contacting Julie on a first come, first served basis. As before, we urge you if you have an invitation not to forget and if you are suddenly unable to attend to let us know at the earliest possible moment. Face masks continue to be required. If you see anyone not wearing a face mask, it is because they have medical exemption. We are not allowing any other exception. It is imperative the rules are strictly adhered to. This means gelling hands immediately upon arrival, taking your pew straight away as directed by the steward including whether to sit by the wall or the aisle; not moving from your place at any point during the service; and leaving promptly afterwards. To reserve a seat please contact Julie at administrator@standrews-eg.org.uk or 07756 918847.

After booking a seat, if you find that you are unable to attend a service please inform one of the churchwardens so that it can be offered to another person.

Holiday

The parish administrator, Julie Crow, will be on holiday from Thursday 3rd – 13th June. Any urgent queries should be addressed to one of the churchwardens whose phone numbers are provided at the end of the bulletin.

Bulletins this Friday and next week will only be available on the church website and Facebook page until the week beginning 14th June when an emailed bulletin will resume.

Sunday service is now fully booked for 13th June. Please email Julie if you wish to reserve a seat for the service on 20th June. There are still spaces available for the Children’s service this Sunday, see information below.

Recruitment of Volunteers at St Andrew’s and St Andy’s

We would like to highlight that all church volunteers must be safely recruited and some volunteers are also required to undergo a DBS check and complete safeguarding modules. This isn’t St Andrew’s being picky, it is a legal requirement stipulated by the diocese for every volunteer role.

As lockdown eases, we must now be vigilant and ensure all the necessary checks are completed.

If you are a church volunteer and have not yet been safely recruited, please contact Julie (Parish Administrator) at administrator@standrews-eg.org.uk or Linda Chylinski (Parish Safeguarding Officer) at onelindilou@gmail.com to arrange for this to be completed.

All members of the PCC must ensure that they complete Parish Safeguarding module C0 (Basic safeguarding Awareness) which is available online.

Visit to Pontesbury

Greg & Fran are inviting members of St Andrew’s to a Thanksgiving service on Monday 21st June at 7pm. The service will be held at St George’s in Pontesbury.

The three available arrival times are 2.30pm for the full guided tour; 6pm for buffet or 7pm for service. If you would like to attend please confirm to Julie or one of the churchwardens by Friday 18th June.

You will need to make your own arrangements to travel to and from Pontesbury.

Dogs in Churchyard

Due to an increasing amount of dog fouling in the churchyard we must ask dog owners to keep their dogs on a lead and ensure that any poop is bagged and binned.

Help Needed for an English Conversation Class

Are you a native English speaker? St Andy’s have started running a conversation class for refugees and asylum seekers in the Tile Hill area. We need volunteers to help run the conversation class on Wednesdays, 11.15am-12, currently meeting on Zoom. All you need is to be able to speak English and love God! If you are interested, please contact Sue Best (susanbest369@btinternet.com/07837488721).

Building our Faith (Wednesdays)

Our zoom Bible study continues this Wednesday at 7.30pm. The theme is The Holy Spirit and all are welcome to join us.

The zoom access codes are:

Meeting ID: 812 4505 0020  Passcode: 295068

The zoom access codes are available from Sue Masters on 07958 322026.

Youth Work

We are looking to safer recruit volunteers for our Youth work. If you feel you could help with either the Drama Club, Rock Solid or the Youth Wellbeing course then please get in touch with Emma at standrewscovyouth@gmail.com

Foodbank Donations (Fridays)

To donate to Central foodbank, Sue Barnes is coordinating this so please contact her to drop off food at her house. Contact Sue at susanbarnes1960@outlook.com

If you are unable to give food you can also donate online here: https://www.trusselltrust.org/rddonate-checkout/

Sunday Coffee Gathering (Fridays)

The access codes for the 11.15am Sunday gathering are:

Join Zoom Meeting https://us02web.zoom.us/j/88959758216?pwd=RXJ2SWdWNW5DMlhKOXJsak1GUzRCdz09

Meeting ID: 889 5975 8216 Passcode: 504896

Please Pray

Please pray for St Andrew’s as work continues to take place in the process of finding a new vicar.

Do send Julie your favourite bible verses or hymn verses, names for prayer and any birthdays, celebrations or articles for inclusion in the bulletin. Julie can be contacted on 07756 918847 or administrator@standrews-eg.org.uk

Church Contacts

Churchwardens: Nick Tooby – 07951 925772 and Becky Crowe – 07875 552518

Parish Administrator: Julie Crow – 07756 918847

Easter Services – April 2014

Posted on 13 February 2014Categories Notices

As a “heads up” for services coming up for Easter in April 2014 – here is what there is to look forward to:

Sunday April 13th 10 a.m. Palm Sunday Dramatic telling of Passion

Sunday April 13th 10.30 a.m. StAPH

Monday April 14th 7 p.m. Passover Meal

Tuesday April 15th 7 p.m. Passion Praise

Wednesday April 16th 7 p.m. Meditation

Thursday April 17th 7 p.m. Footwashing/stripping of altar/vigil

Friday April 18th 10 a.m. Good Friday Worship 4 All

Friday April 18th 12 noon Ecumenical Service on the Green at Tile Hill

Friday April 18th 2 p.m. Hour at the Cross

Saturday April 19th 8 p.m. First communion of Easter with Fire

Sunday April 20th 10 a.m. Easter Day Parish Communion

Sunday April 20th 10.30 a.m. Easter Day service at StAPH

Pews News – 26/01/2014

Posted on 26 January 2014Categories Pews News

January 26th 2014

Welcome
St Andrew’s Church welcomes allcomers, whether this is your first time or thousandth time in church. You are welcome whatever your age, gender, marital status, disability, race or sexuality.  You are welcome whether you have a deep and mature faith in Christ; are uncertain and still seeking; or have no faith.  If you are new to church, please do take a welcome leaflet to be found in the pews; and do not hesitate to ask one of the welcomers if you have any queries.

Special Welcome
To Sue Masters who was licensed as a Reader in this diocese last Saturday at Coventry Cathedral and will be serving at St Andrews in the months and years to come.

Julie Crow
We are delighted to announce the appointment of Julie Crow as our new administrator.  In her role as Parish Administrator, Julie will be the first point of contact for all routine enquiries about church matters.  Her e-mail address is: administrator@standrews-eg.org.uk

With the exception of Fridays (clergy day off), pastoral concerns may still be directly referred to one of the clergy.

Pastoral Care Co-ordinator
We are extremely grateful to David Griffiths for agreeing to take on the role of pastoral care co-ordinator for St Andrews.  David may be contacted on 01676 442240.  He would be keen to hear from anyone currently undertaking pastoral visiting or who might like to in the future.

StAPH Leader
Please pray for the panel who will be interviewing for a StAPH leader tomorrow morning.  No announcement will be made for at least 2 weeks, since any appointment will have to be endorsed by the PCC at its meeting on Feb 10th.

Care of Creation Champion
The Diocese is encouraging every church to appoint a Care of Creation Champion, who will take responsibility for liaising with the diocese over environmental issues.  A role description is available for this.  Please speak to Alex if you wish to know more or would like to consider volunteering to be St Andrews representative.

St Andrews Web address
Please note the St Andrews Church website address has changed: www.standrews-eg.org.uk  However, if you continue to use the old address, you will still be directed immediately to the right place.  Do check out the website which has lots of new information on it.

Leading Worship Workshop
Anyone who thinks they might be called to leading worship at St Andrews or StAPH or Pram Service etc. will benefit from a Leading Worship Workshop in church on Feb 8th and 15th from 9.30 a.m.-12 noon.  Please see Alex for further details.

Healing Team
We are looking to recruit new members for our Healing Team.  Anyone who feels they may be called to this ministry should speak to Bev or Alex.

Service for Christian Unity
The annual service of Prayer for Christian Unity amongst local churches takes place at St Christopher’s Allesley Park this evening at 6.30 p.m.  Please do make every effort to join with our brothers and sisters of other denominations on this special occasion.  Anyone needing a lift should speak to Greg or Sara Parkes.

Night Shelter
Do support Coventry Night Shelter being run by churches across Coventry to provide overnight accommodation to the homeless.  Donations of sleeping bags, pillows and cash are all very welcome.  For details as to how best to give, please see poster at the back of church.

Crèche
If you have a child under three years of age, do take advantage of our crèche facility which was launched last week.  Children may be taken to the side room during the first hymn and collected during the administration of communion.  The crèche helpers will summon you if your child becomes too distressed.  Please do make the volunteers aware of any particular needs your child might have.  Thanks again to all those who have volunteered to join this rewarding ministry.

Junior Church
Junior Church continues to seek new volunteers.  If you are willing to join this wonderful team, please speak either to Tracy Huckfield or Frances Hawkey.

Myton Hospice Charity Shop
Please note a new charity shop has opened in Tile Hill Village for Myton Hospice.  Donations of books, clothes, toys etc. would be warmly welcomed.

Baptism Visiting Team
We are also looking for volunteers to join our baptism visiting team.  Please speak to Norah Hall for further information.

Worship 4 All
Please note that the next Worship 4 All service next Sunday Feb 2nd at 10 a.m. will take place at Woodlands School to celebrate Education Sunday.  All welcome.

Ignatian Service
Our monthly Ignatian Service takes place next Sunday at 6.30 p.m. in church.  Over 30 people attended last month, for this very powerful time of reflection and meditation.

Under 30s Bible Study
A small bible study group for adults aged 18-30 is being launched on Weds evenings.  Anyone interested should contact Dan on 7642 2856.

Pram Service
Our next Pram Service takes place this Tuesday at 9.15 a.m. on the theme of the Tower of Babel.  A very informal gathering for parents/carers and pre-school children.

Forties Night
Many thanks to Julia McNaney for organising our Forties Night at the Village Hall; and to all those who supported the evening.

Quiz Night
There is a family Quiz Night at Parkhill School on Fri Feb 7th from 6-9 p.m.  Tickets are £5 for adults and £3.50 for children.  We would like to send along a team from St Andrews.  Anyone who would like to join a team should speak to Greg.  Tickets are selling fast, so an early response would be helpful.

Sidespersons Thank you Evening
There is a thank you evening for all volunteers on the sidespersons rota, taking place in the church side room tomorrow, Monday 27th January.  Cheese and wine will be served and we can celebrate a happy year of welcoming together.  Do let Greg know if you are able to attend or not.

Renewal of Marriage Vows
Do you want to be part of a world record?  St Christopher’s Allesley Park is hosting a service of renewal of marriage vows, simultaneously with many other churches across the country on Sat Feb 8th.  They are hoping to set a new world record for the number of people doing this at one time.  Please see poster at the back of church for further details.

Hope 2014
If you want to be part of an ecumenical movement across the city and across the country, branded Hope 1014, please see information on back noticeboard for further details.

Prayer List
Please pray for Brenda & Neville Lawrence, David Davies, John Checkling, Angela Satchwell, Mary Anderson, Mary Goodwin and Rita Muir.  To add names to the list please contact Greg or Alex.

Diary
Sun 26th Jan Service of Prayer for Christian Unity at St Christopher’s
Mon 27th Jan Interviews for StAPH leader
Mon 27th Jan Sidespersons Thank you evening at 7.30 p.m. in the side room
Tues 28th Jan Pram Service at 9.15
Weds 29th Jan Marriage Preparation at 7 p.m. in church Week 2
Thurs 30th Jan Band Practice at 7.15 p.m. in church
Thurs 30th Jan Divorce Recovery Week 5
Sun 2nd Feb Education Sunday at 10 a.m. at Woodlands School
Sun 2nd Feb Ignatian Service at 6.30 p.m. in church
Sun 2nd Feb Alpha Leaders at 7.30 p.m. at the Vicarage
Tues 4th Feb Leadership Meeting at 7.30 p.m. at Red Lane

Readings Phil 3.12-16 & Matt 25.14-30
Readers Sara Parkes & Harvey Wyatt
Preacher Greg Smith
Intercessions Sue Masters
Comm Asst Harvey Wyatt
Organist George Cooke
Next Sunday at 8 a.m. Malachi 3.1-5 & Luke 2.22-40

Pews News – 19th January 2014

Posted on 19 January 2014Categories Pews News

January 19th 2014

Welcome
St Andrew’s Church welcomes allcomers, whether this is your first time or thousandth time in church. You are welcome whatever your age, gender, marital status, disability, race or sexuality.  You are welcome whether you have a deep and mature faith in Christ; are uncertain and still seeking; or have no faith.  If you are new to church, please do take a welcome leaflet to be found in the pews; and do not hesitate to ask one of the welcomers if you have any queries.

Seek His Face
Our quarterly gathering for prayer, Seek His Face (2 Chronicles 7.14), takes place tomorrow 20th Jan at 6.30 p.m. and will be led by the StAPH fellowship.  Do come and pray with us and for the ministry of the church to our world.

Care of Creation Champion
The Diocese is encouraging every church to appoint a Care of Creation Champion, who will take responsibility for liaising with the diocese over environmental issues.  A role description is available for this.  Please speak to Alex if you wish to know more or would like to consider volunteering to be St Andrews representative.

St Andrews Web address
Please note the St Andrews Church website address has changed: www.standrews-eg.org.uk  However, if you continue to use the old address, you will still be directed immediately to the right place.  Do check out the website which has lots of new information on it.

Leading Worship Workshop
Anyone who thinks they might be called to leading worship at St Andrews or StAPH or Pram Service etc. will benefit from a Leading Worship Workshop in church on Feb 8th and 15th from 9.30 a.m.-12 noon.  Please see Alex for further details.

Service for Christian Unity
The annual service of Prayer for Christian Unity amongst local churches takes place at St Christopher’s Allesley Park next Sunday, January 26th, at 6.30 p.m.  Please do make every effort to join with our brothers and sisters of other denominations on this special occasion.  Anyone needing a lift should speak to Greg or Sara Parkes.  Anyone willing to read should also contact Greg by Tuesday.

Night Shelter
Do support Coventry Night Shelter being run by churches across Coventry to provide overnight accommodation to the homeless.  Donations of sleeping bags, pillows and cash are all very welcome.  For details as to how best to give, please see poster at the back of church.

Crèche
If you have a child under three years of age, do take advantage of our crèche facility which was launched last week.  Children may be taken to the side room during the first hymn and collected during the administration of communion.  The crèche helpers will summon you if your child becomes too distressed.  Please do make the volunteers aware of any particular needs your child might have.  Thanks again to all those who have volunteered to join this rewarding ministry.

Junior Church
Junior Church continues to seek new volunteers.  If you are willing to join this wonderful team, please speak either to Tracy Huckfield or Frances Hawkey.

Baptism Visiting Team
We are also looking for volunteers to join our baptism visiting team.  Please speak to Norah Hall for further information.

Worship 4 All
Please note that the next Worship 4 All service on Feb 2nd at 10 a.m. will take place at Woodlands School to celebrate Education Sunday.  All welcome.

Forties Night
A date for the diaries.  A blitz Forties Night is being hosted at the Village Hall on Friday January 24th at 8 p.m.  Tickets are £10 and available from Julia McNaney on 7640 2149.  Forties dress strongly encouraged but not compulsory.

Sidespersons Thank you Evening
There is a thank you evening for all volunteers on the sidespersons rota, taking place in the church side room on Monday 27th January.  Cheese and wine will be served and we can celebrate a happy year of welcoming together.  Do let Greg know if you are able to attend or not.

Renewal of Marriage Vows
Do you want to be part of a world record?  St Christopher’s Allesley Park are hosting a service of renewal of marriage vows, simultaneously with many other churches across the country on Sat Feb 8th.  They are hoping to set a new world record for the number of people doing this at one time.  Please see poster at the back of church for further details.

Hope 2014
If you want to be part of an ecumenical movement across the city and across the country, branded Hope 1014, please see information on back noticeboard for further details.

Cursillo
This morning, John Owen from Coventry Cursillo (pronounced Kerrseeyo) is addressing the StAPH congregation at Woodlands.  Do speak to one of the StAPH family or Tracey Huckfield if you want to know more about Cursillo.

Youth Service
Our next Youth Service takes place tonight at 6.30 p.m. and will be a Christingle.  Do support our young people if you possibly can.

Prayer List
Please pray for Brenda & Neville Lawrence, David Davies, John Checkling, Angela Satchwell, Mary Anderson and Rita Muir.  To add names to the list please contact Greg or Alex.

Diary
Sun 19th Jan Youth Service at 6.30 p.m.
Mon 20th Jan Seek His Face at 6.30 p.m.
Tues 21st Jan Choir Practice at 7 p.m.
Tues 21st Jan Sub 40 Ctte at 7.45 at the Rectory, Meriden
Weds 22nd Jan Marriage Preparation in church 7 p.m. Week 1
Thurs 23rd Jan Divorce Recovery at the Vicarage at 7 p.m. Week 4
Fri 24th Jan Forties Night at the Village Hall at 8 p.m.
Sat 25th Jan Vision Day for Leadership Team at Meriden at 9.30 a.m.
Sun 26th Jan Service of Prayer for Christian Unity at St Christopher’s
Mon 27th Jan Sidespersons Thank you evening at 7.30 p.m. in the side room
Tues 28th Jan Pram Service at 9.15

Readings Is 49.1-7 (p 735) & John 1.29-42 (p 1064)
Readers Flix Haynes & Angela Lamb
Preacher Nick Tooby
Intercessions Harvey Wyatt
Comm Asst Nick Tooby
Organist Michael Watkins
Next Sunday Isaiah 9.1-4 & Matt 4.12-23

Happy New Year from Kathmandu!

Posted on 19 January 2014Categories Mission Partners

Hopefully you received our CMS newsletter and greetings just before Christmas; here’s a more personal update as we look forward to what God has for us in 2014. It looks as if it will be the year of three weddings and a motorbike! We are delighted that Alasdair and Jess got engaged while they were staying with us. They plan to be married in July. Closely on their heels were our nephew Mark and Sarah, and then, at the end of December, James and Katie. We are so excited, but at the same time feel a little far away, and are very grateful for the blessings of Skype, as all the plans unfold. Dan is also engaged to be married to a Silver Royal Enfield Bullet (ha, ha, but I only have one love – Dan), and the wedding will be on 18th January, when its current owner leaves Nepal to return to the USA. He is very excited and currently trying to negotiate the assault course of paperwork to allow him to drive it legally. It will be a great help getting around, now that his various work commitments are increasing, eliminating the need for expensive taxis or cheap but arduous bus rides. We are also looking forward to being able to get out a bit more easily at the weekends to explore the beautiful countryside, away from the city.

Reflecting on the past year, we are very grateful to God for his provision in every way and are humbled by his faithfulness even when we have occasional doubts. We have a lovely home and have hugely enjoyed welcoming a number of guests, including Mum and Dad, James and Katie and Alasdair and Jess; all have been such an encouragement, and supplied us with lots of happy memories of the times we have spent relaxing, travelling and holidaying together. Highlights include cycling on the Terai, watching elephants bathing, trekking through rural villages, seeing the sun rise over the high Himalayas, and watching Tracy, from our home church, painting walls at KISC.

Things are changing a little at KISC as our secondary school principal left at Christmas and has not yet been replaced. (If you know someone who would like the job, please tell them.) We will miss her terribly; for me especially the pastoral role we shared in caring for students and parents, and would value your prayers as we adjust. Other challenges at KISC include the constant quest to provide good support for students with various different ways of learning, and also for the many for whom English is not their first language. I have a slot at the staff training at the beginning of term, to talk about ‘ESL awareness’ and am looking forward to devising a fun (hopefully) and meaningful session. One particular challenge is a few students who don’t really have any strong first language, although they may have some proficiency in several; they have increasing difficulty with written assignments as they progress towards GCSE and beyond. I have had a lot of fun working with one Korean student on the language needed for the written aspects of Art coursework, a subject I never studied, due to my complete lack of artistic skill! I’ve also enjoyed reading the year 7 text, ‘Goodnight, Mr Tom’ with a student for whom much of the vocabulary was rather tricky. – so what is a pew, a hedge, a stained glass window or an Anderson shelter?

Dan has been a bit of a globe-trotter recently, reconciling his ongoing commitment to some research projects in the UK, a desire to learn about Palliative Care provision in resource- poor areas, and a primary call to be in Nepal. This continues with a training visit to Kenya at the end of January, a conference in Spain in June and an ongoing plan to visit Indian hospitals from time to time. It is very exciting to see God revealing a plan for his time here and, while medical registration is still pending, he has been invited to deliver a number of post-graduate teaching sessions with junior doctors and to lead a major evaluation of seven rural health projects in remote districts. That seems to be plenty to be going on with!

We are enjoying getting to know the Pabitra church folk, with our friends Pastor Gajendra and Chinimaya. They are excited that after 20 years of faithfully building the church and meeting in rented rooms, and a long period of saving money within the fellowship, they have enough to buy a plot of land, and make a start on their own building. They had a lovely chat

with my parents, who also planted a church, in Weston-Super-Mare, and finally got a building about 20 years later! Although our regular place of worship is elsewhere, we continue to meet Gajendra and Chinimaya from time to time, Dan has been invited to preach a few times and I am working with their two sons, Isaac and Ashish to improve their English. Isaac is studying Business and Tourism and Ashish is applying to medical schools. This is expensive and also highly competitive, so we are praying with them that God will make a way. We had a great evening with them all when about 20 of the church members came to our house carol-singing just before Christmas. We had a fun time singing and dancing on our porch, with a really joyful feeling of celebration. They were out every evening for a week, visiting different homes and then sharing a meal together at someone’s house. They did not ask for anything, but were grateful for a hot lemon drink and cookie.

During Advent and Christmas, the reality of Jesus being the Light of the World seemed to be really important, with so many difficult and challenging situations weighing heavily on us, both in Nepal, the UK, and in many other places. Our prayer for 2014 is that we would allow the light of Jesus to shine in our hearts and lives as we follow him every day. And we look forward to weddings, motorbikes and lots of happy times.

Thank you all so much for your continuing love and support. We always love to receive your news too, so do drop us a line.

God bless you richly in your families, churches, friendships, work and holidays,

with our love, Phillipa and Dan.

P.S. Dan has now got his motorbike licence 🙂

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Dan and Phillipa Munday Mission Partners
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Email: danandphillipamunday@gmail.com
Nepal Update Blog: http://danandphillipa.wordpress.com/