Jeremy Hunt to lead Lord's Prayer in church service to thank NHS and other frontline workers

Sunday 26th April 2020 6:18 am
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SOUTH West Surrey MP Jeremy Hunt is to lead the Lord’s Prayer during an online church service to say thanks for and pray for the NHS, carers and other frontline workers.

The service will be hosted by the Parish of Badshot Lea and Hale, on Thursday, April 30, from 7pm.

In addition, the mayor of Farnham, Pat Evans, will read a message, and music, prayers, pictures of artwork, videos and pictures of key workers will also feature.

Rev’d Lesley Crawley, joint rector of the Parish of Badshot Lea and Hale, said: “We are living in extraordinary times, like nothing any of us have experienced before.

"As we navigate our way through them we want to seek God’s guidance and strength, particularly for those who are suffering and those who are working on the frontline in hospitals and care settings, and other key workers who are keeping the country going.

"And we want to give thanks for everyone who is working so hard across the world and in our own community.

“If anyone would like to offer us some art – especially rainbows – or photos of key workers, or if there are children who would like to be videoed saying a prayer, please do get in touch."

Send contributions to Rev’d Alan Crawley, [email protected] by the end of Sunday, April 26 – and tune in for the service online at badshotleaandhale.org/online-services/ on Thursday, April 30, from 7pm.

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