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Jonny, thanks for the link, and yes, like I mentioned on my site in the comments section, I also went to the Triumph twice when I was there and they did have excellent beer.


Dipping toes? I feel like I'm wading! ;-)


Wow, thanks. That's not why I linked to you, honest! I'm a worship leader experiencing increasing boredom with our conventional worship-songs-then-sermon services. And I fear that if I am bored, there could be many, many others whom we are (unintentionally) relegating to the margins.


thanks for the link


There's a link to you that you haven't spotted yet:



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