Reflection of the Week - 2 June 2020

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On the Queen's birthday everyone joins in and celebrate.

The reign of Elizabeth II unites all the people in the Commonwealth as a 'family' of nations, regardless of race, colour or class.


The mother of Jesus  and his siblings came looking for him, When a messenger told him that they were outside, he answered, 'Look, here are my mother and brothers!

Whoever does the will of God is my brother, my sister, my mother.' Mark 3: 35.


I recognise the reign of God as inclusive of all the people of the world.

I accept my mission to offer an  inclusive love, where an 'outsider' can become an  'insider', and be welcome.



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