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Unique Action Morning

Just a quick entry as it's 8am Sunday morning and I should be getting ready for Church!

Thank you to all those women who took part in yesterday's Unique Action Morning.My prayer is that you were blessed as you came and blessed others. We had a great time together - the place was filled with chat and laughter. We gift-wrapped 100 gift bags and 70 toiletry sets (these are all going to be given to other women through Kerith in the community ) We also wrote 40 letters to women in Serenje, Zambia. The letters will bless and encourage other women - those who are living a very different life to ours. but are still women with families and jobs; hopes, needs and responsibilities just like us. More on the letters another time, but suffice to say that I was incredibly moved as I read them last night.
Thank you to all who worked hard to put the event on.
Must dash! x


Anonymous said…
i didnt think i would really enjoy the morning as it was soooo different from usual Unique events....BUT,,,i was pleasantly surprised at how much i did actually enjoy it...very relaxed and laid back...just right for this very busy time of year...thanks to catrina and all the team.
irene m
sandra said…
it was a great morning and something I hope we'll do again. Although it's a busy time of year it's so important to take ourselves out of ourselves and focus on others. I feel so blessed at being involved in such a proactive church. More of the same please were fab last night by the way x

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