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Churches Together in Haddenham will be offering a personal memorial service on Sunday 7th November, at 3pm in the Baptist Church.

These last few years have given us more than our fair share of grief, exacerbated by the disruption to our support networks and interruptions to our usual grieving patterns.

Our hope is that the service will provide a quiet reflective space to remember those we have lost, to express our continuing sadness, and give thanks for all that our lost loved ones have and continue to mean to us.

As part of the service there will be an act of remembrance when candles can be lit and the names of the deceased will be read.

If you would like a friend or family member to be named can you please let me know (whether you will be able to attend the service or not).

Teas and coffees will be served after the service and all are very welcome to attend. (Unless you are experiencing any of the covid symptoms in which we sadly ask you to not attend).

If you have any questions please let me know. Email:

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