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God’s manifesto for change

The Very Rev Albert Bogle says the Church has more to ofer the nation than 'a General Election can ever deliver'.

PENTECOST is a wonderful time in the liturgical life of the church. It is an opportunity to express in worship the source of the Church’s power and inspiration and its end purpose. It is also an opportunity this year, at a time of General Election, for the Church in the UK to think about the message of Pentecost and its significance in seeking to shape the public space.

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