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Do Hard Things

Reminiscent of the Christopher Nolan film Inception, last Sunday the Bromley community were entertained by a performance of a play about a play. The teenagers who had participated in that weekend’s Youth Ministry workshop had prepared a skit in which actors were rehearsing to perform a play, repeating the scene multiple times with humorous differences in […]

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Wales and West Country Joint Service

Wales & West Country Joint Service

Some of us arrived the church an hour before the combined Sunday service started. This helped us to beautify the church before our august visitors trooped in. The day was just an exciting and memorable one. Our national leader, Matthew Huish early arrival surprised everyone. We were amazed by his prompt arrival. Indeed, his early […]

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Celebrating Alec Herzer’s 80th birthday

In the late 1960s, when the first British members were joining what was then called the “Unified Family”, a certain young man called Alec Herzer studied the Divine Principle and gave his life to God and True Parents. 5 decades later, he continues to live an eventful life actively involved in his local community. Alec recently […]

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Celebrating the Day of All True Things around the communities

Last Friday was the 55th Day of All True Things, a holy day in the Unificationist calendar observed on the 1st day of the 5th month of the lunar calendar. Families around the country offered devotion to observe the occasion, offering holy day pledge services in homes and with communities. Scotland South London Bromley

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CIG Grace comes to Maidstone

Last Saturday, five families living in Maidstone and the Medway area gathered together to participate in these ceremonies, after having completed the required conditions.The ceremonies were conducted with reverence and afterwards the families shared together a potluck dinner. There is still enough time to participate in the holy wine ceremony and inherit the holy gifts […]

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WFWP Wales Supporting Fundraising Event

On the 29th April, three members of WFWP went to a fund-raising event organised by Dr Grace Kerry one of our AFP. She is the founder of a charity called “Gift of Grace” which help underprivileged young women in a small village in Nigeria towards there education and poverty. She travels there once or twice […]

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The Marriage Course

Set in a beautiful backdrop at Cleeve House, our first and second sessions of the Marriage Course saw an attendance of seven couples: four from Wales and three from Wiltshire. All the couples had a merry time and Jennifer Nkumu was the facilitator of the Marriage Course, which went into depths of information and it […]

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90th Birthday Party for Henry & Avril Masters

The West Country church is organising a birthday party for Henry & Avril Masters next month. Avril turned 90 in April and Henry will be 90 on 16th July. All are welcome! The celebration will take place on Sunday 17th July from 2-5pm at Cleeve House. Refreshments, cake and finger food will be served. If […]

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Birmingham Report. April 15th to May 15th. David and Patricia Earle

Pastoral Care Sunday Services  – Tom Pritty gave a testimony about his early experiences in the church, and David gave 3 sermons entitled : ‘What If…?’, ‘The Nurture of Nature’ and ‘GoCompare.com’. We met with our ‘Council of Elders’, the Knight, Pritty and Dirnhofer couples, to discuss the current status and development of our community. […]

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In search of a new finance committee member

In search of a new finance committee member There are currently six members of our charity’s finance committee. All these roles are voluntary. We meet together every 6 to 8 weeks, and our church president, Matthew Huish often joins us. Simon Cooper is stepping down from the finance committee and we are looking to find […]

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