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‘Do you hear what I hear?’

Alex Baird reports on the success of a pilot scheme aiming to include deaf and hard of hearing people in worship.

“Absolutely brilliant! I enjoyed every minute. I will recommend it to my deaf friends. I felt quite emotional when we were prayed for at the end, and when the children came in I got a lump in my throat”.

“Lovely service especially the Lord’s Supper. Thanks to all, especially the tech team. Blessings on you.”

“Thankfully God knows BSL” THESE are just a few of the comments received by Dalziel St Andrew’s Parish Church (DLSA) in Motherwell where, since May 2016, a pilot project called “Do You Hear What I Hear?” has been operating to reach out with the Word of God to the deaf and hard of hearing.

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