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For the third year running, St Mary's Church, on behalf of all the Churches in Haddenham, will be hosting an International prayer event from 30th May until 7th June.

The parish church will be open from 8.00am until 8.00pm for anyone of any denomination, or none, to be quiet, to reflect, be still or even pray!

There will be a number of different zones set up around the church to help focus one's mind.

Some zones are more geared towards `little people' — all ages are welcome.

Other zones may bring comfort or challenge — there will be plenty of choice.

In this time leading up to Whitsun, maybe take a short while to engage with God, as many thousands of other people around the world will be doing.

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