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Perhaps You? Jan 29, 2021

Fourth Sunday In Ordinary Time

Every week there is a frantic effort to get the weekly newsletter published on time. In the rush, there are sometimes errors and omissions which slip through and we only pick up the mistake when it is too late. Now with also publishing the electronic newsletter it is important to have some other eyes look over the newsletter to make sure that we have got all our dates and times correct.

We are looking for some volunteers to come to the Parish Office for half an hour and simply run your eyes over the newsletter and give us the all clear so that we can go to print.  If you are interested, could you please send us an email  [email protected]  or phone 5430 9390.

 

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