In their travels the Knitivity refugee family meet all sorts of people. Usually they meet local people connected to All Hallows but this weekend they found themselves at the vicarage for a night and they met up with two people visiting from London – not quite refugees themselves – Emily and Nam. Emily works for the Migration Museum Project , a fascinating project “telling stories of movement to and from Britain in fresh and engaging ways.” I’m sure that Emily learnt a lot from meeting our Knitivity Refugee Family!
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- Thought for the Day : Tuesday 13 April
- Thought for the Day : Monday 12 April
- Sunday Worship 11 April 2021
- Sunday 11 April – The Kingdom of God is like a leaven
- Sunday Worship 4 April 2021 – Easter Sunday
- Easter Fire and Eucharist
- Singing the Good Friday Blues: a service of lament
- Holy Week and Easter at All Hallows
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