Archive for October, 2018


Yesterday our service at Canonbie Church was led by our very own Rev Wendy Le Huray. Her theme was ‘Trees’ and she expounded on Luke chapter 19 where Zacchaeus climbed a fig tree in order to be able to see Jesus. It was a lovely and lively service, we sang some great hymns and songs, and the children participated, waving colourful flags during the singing.

Wendy drew our attention to the correlation between how trees take in carbon dioxide and transform this into oxygen, in the same way that Jesus, when he sacrificed his life for mankind, took our sin and gave us forgiveness in its place.

Wendy has been part of our congregation on and off for many years, and has been an extremely valued friend. She and her husband John are heading for pastures new, possibly in Guernsey or Exeter, down in the South West anyway. Wendy will be much missed but she goes with our prayers and good wishes.

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Now available Autumn 2018 Chronicles

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