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Rogation Sunday 17th May


Rogation Sunday is the day when the church traditionally prays for the fruits of the earth and those who labour for our food. This time of year is also the best time for seeing wild flowers, which remind us of the beauty of God’s creation. They grow in hedges, on waste ground and in all kinds of nooks and crannies. They arrive without being planted or cultivated by us.
This week see what wild flowers you can find. Take a photograph or draw a picture of what you find and do some research into its name or names (some wild flowers are known by several names), how tall it is, what colour. Send these to communications@penleecluster.org.uk  and we will try and include them in our Cluster Worship this coming Sunday.

 

 

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