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matybigfro

How funny we did something really similar for our spontaneous worship on monday - asking people to put together messages/blessings/poems from fridge poetry style words as they were the crossing the racecourse, everyone who took part was given a mini card with the website link where the photo stream will be displayed
http://www.flickr.com/photos/[email protected]/sets/72157622101352409/with/3881211888/

Andy Dodwell

like the fridge magnet idea... may well use that one sometime soon.

Going to be doing a repeat of the beach labyrinth as part of our annual beach baptism/reaffirmation service at Putsborough on 13th Sept, which last year was followed by a mammoth game of beach footie. if you're down this way, drop by.

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