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Usk Ministry Area

LiFT 28th May

Good Afternoon lovely people,

I am back from three nights away in Aberystwyth where I did a lot of walking, eating, and listening to the wonderful sound of the sea against the shore. I even tried my hand at building cairns. I think cairns originate from ancient Scottosih tradition – they are a pile of rocks balanced on top of each other, and can mark a path or pilgrim route, or perhaps a burial ground. There is something prayerful and good for the soul in gently, carefully, and methodically balancing stones on each other, at the mercy of gravity, the wind, or the steadiness of one’s own hand. I commend it to you as an activity that reminds us of God’s mighty, yet gentle presence in our lives. Here’s is one that I built – 


This Sunday there is only one in person service on the rota, in Usk, at 10.30am. If you have not already let someone know, and you intend to come please could you contact Carol on  just to help with the planning.

We also have our Zoom Compline service on Sunday evening at 8pm
Meeting ID: 899 9891 1774
Passcode: COMPLINE

Forgive me if I’ve forgotten to mention anything this week, and do please keep in touch if you have any news, questions, or just fancy a chat.
With love,
Sally xx

LogoRev’d Sally Ingle-Gillis
Usk Ministry Area Leader
Monmouth Diocese
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