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Knowle Parish Church
During this national crisis, we'd like you to be reassured that Knowle Parish Church are here to serve you. We know that many are anxious for elderly relatives they cannot visit anymore or are finding it hard to meet the challenges of isolation and social distancing. Families are having to discover ways of co-existing and flourishing in more confined spaces than usual. Some people you know might be fighting hard against serious illness. If you or someone you know could do with some spiritual support, please feel free to email requests for prayer to email@example.com and a team of people at KPC will be pleased to commit to pray for your need. With our building closed, people cannot come in to write prayer requests, but this is one way you could access spiritual resource in these testing times.
Our church Facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/pg/knowleparishchurch/posts/?ref=page_internal) is also being updated regularly with material to help you pay attention to your spiritual and mental well-being. Do check it out.
Knowle Parish Church Youth:
Well in the Wilderness - Instagram Live streams at 8pm each day – Studying the Bible together with a focus on staying connected during our season of social isolation. Follow kpc_youth on Instagram for more details. Also available each day on Youtube. (please subscribe to KPC Youth). Zoom groups also available for young people of all ages to enable small group discussions. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.
Penny’s Youth Café
Closed but still creating a safe place for young people in the local community to stay connected. Please subscribe to Penny’s Youth Café on Youtube to watch Easter videos and more. Email email@example.com to stay in touch with Penny’s leaders.
Three members of Knowle Parish Church are launching a Zoom event called ‘Stopgap’.
It’s an open forum for anyone adjusting to the changes and challenges in the world of work.
How do you lead a business in the current climate? How can you apply for the loans and grants? How do I adjust to working from home,? What can I do as an employee on furlough?
Wednesday 22nd April - 8.00pm – 9.00pm Zoom meeting code: 823 2586 6874
The call will include an opportunity to network with others, ask questions and seek advice, hear first hand experiences and be inspired by a Bible based ‘thought for the day’.
You can just sign in, but for more information, and to let us know you are coming, please contact Nick Houghton
07714 694000 firstname.lastname@example.org