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'Let us go now to Bethlehem and see this thing that has taken place, which the Lord has made known to us'. ' Come just as you are to worship'.

Imagine being told by an angel to go straight to Bethlehem with the shepherds, wise men and ordinary people to see a new born King. To go just as you are to worship Him.

What would you be doing?

Working, baking, making dinner, bathing the baby, playing with toys, gardening, and lots more.

Our members and friends have tried to think what they might be doing and have used their shoes to create a busy procession around the Church to worship the King of Kings, Prince of Peace and Lord of all.

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