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A joint nativity service with the Methodist Church, the Baptist Church and Cornerstone, is taking place on Sunday 12th December, beginning at 10.30am.

This was originally planned to be held in the Thythe Barn at Manor Farm.

Due to unforeseen (non-Covid related) circumstances, the service will no longer be able to take place at the farm.
This decision has not been taken lightly — nor could it be avoided.

The plan now is to move the nativity to John Hampden School and the Jackson hall.

Attendees can assemble from 10:30am for refreshments and then start at 11am.

The service will also be zoomed on our normal zoom link.

Go to www.cornerstonethame.org.uk and click the Sunday morning meeting button. Use the password 'thame' if prompted.

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