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Now for something really simple ...

Under the guidance of a baker of 52 years experience, John  Anderson,  whose record is 76 000 rolls made in one night, and who has been making bread, on and off, (mostly  off) since 1959, join us in making your own loaf.  After all the jollities, fripperies and trimmings of Christmas, I am inviting anyone in the Circuit  to come and take part in a simple and fulfilling act of worship – making bread.  For the evening worship at Baildon Methodist Church Hall on Sunday 30 December we shall handle and discuss, mix and meditate on, all the ingredients of bread: for example, the oil will come from Palestine, the yeast and salt will remind us of the words of Jesus. We shall make and bake bread; then eat it with some delicious home-made jam. This cannot be done in less than three hours and so the service will start at four o'clock.

When I last took such a service, many people said what a good idea it was and they were very interested in coming. A dark December afternoon should be an ideal time for such a warm Circuit fellowship activity.

I need to have at least ten participants to make opening up the kitchen worthwhile. If ten people or more do not say they will come, I shall lead ordinary evening worship at 1800.

Do join us. I can promise you an enlightening experience.  Let us worship God in a new way.


John Anderson


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