Sunday 26th September, 3pm
The Revd Bill Mahood: "All of us are very conscious of the events and demands of the past year. We know how we have responded to the long periods of lockdown, something that probably we never thought could happen in our lifetime. We have been very aware of how it has affected the whole country but, even more, we have been aware of our own fears and our concerns for the people we love. We have been aware of the demands that have been made upon our systems of care and the hard work of doctors and nurses and everyone involved in these services.
It is likely that just about all of us will know someone who caught Covid, maybe someone who died, and we have been shocked by the huge numbers involved. Our service will be the time to stop for a moment together, to remember and to give thanks. This will be the purpose of the Service we will hold at Walpole Old Chapel on Sunday, 26th September at 3:00pm. I will lead the Service. A short address will be given by Revd Malcolm Doney - a regular contributor to Pause for Thought on BBC Radio 2, and Something Understood on Radio 4. He describes himself as an "agnostic Christian". He lives in Blythburgh with his wife Meryl, Dot the dog and eight chickens. Come and join us for this important event at the Chapel."