Christmastime in the Allen Valley Churches

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Folk at Allen Valley Churches and around the Community have been busy knitting Angels and making up 'letterbox packs' to be delivered up and down the valley to bring a message of hope this Christmas. 500 packs will have been delivered by the end of the week, to Keenley, Sparty Lea, Sinderhope, Catton and Allendale.

Feedback from people who have already received packs has been very encouraging. At a time when delivering the Good News of Jesus requires lateral thinking, the Allen Valley folk have been thinking, not just 'outside the box', but 'through the letterbox'!

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