Kexborough 5th January

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Tree Planting at Kexborough
Lucy Booth - Tree Planting
Thomas Stather - Tree Planting
Ashley Booth - Tree Planting

On Sunday 5th January Deacon Debbie Marsh led the all age worship at Kexborough. The theme of the service was trees. During the service we saw a video about three trees and later on the congregation was invited to write down on a piece of paper something which they were pleased to let go with the passing of the year and on the other side write down what they would like for 2014. The folded papers were collected. After the service the young people planted three cherry tree whips and underneath each tree were placed the papers.

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