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Part Four: The sense of an endingSoar we now where Christ has led,following our exalted Head;made like him, like him we rise,ours the cross, the grave, the skies.I had the privilege of being Diane'...

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Part Three: Gifts of Love and Guerrilla GardeningLives again our victorious King;where, O death, is now thy sting?Dying once, he all doth save;where thy victory, O grave?This hymn is much better kn...

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Part Two: Resurrection, Raising from Death and RevivalCharles Wesley marks the contrast here between the raising of Lazarus from death and the resurrection of Jesus as Lord of all Creation. One is ...

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Diane Kershaw's funeral

The Rev. Diane Kershaw's funeral will take place at the Conference Centre at St Thomas' Philadelphia (S6 3BL) on Tuesday 3rd January 2017 at 2pm. This will be followed by a private committal.Dia...

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Part 1: It Ain't Star WarsCharles Wesley was born in 1707 and wrote Love's Redeeming Work is Done, in 1739, 22 years later. One thing he captures here is how utterly we are safe in God. When we spe...

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