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Churches Together in Haddenham warmly invites village residents to a gentle service to remember and give thanks for the lives of those we have loved and who have died.

This service is being held on Sunday 4th November at 3pm in the Baptist Chapel, Stockwell, Haddenham

There will be time to be quiet, to listen to God's word, to reflect and to sing, as we hold our loved ones in our memories we will ask for God's peace, love and healing.

There will also be an opportunity to light a candle and have any names read out in the service.

The service is open to everyone and will be led by Revd Carol. A. Murray and Revd Nadine Rose.

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