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The Darvell marvel has brought joy to a Covid Christmas

19 December 2020

9:00 AM

19 December 2020

9:00 AM

Many ingenious ways of evading Covid-19 have been devised to assist commerce, fewer to assist worship. In our next-door village, however, is Darvell, a large, longstanding Bruderhof community, part of a worldwide Anabaptist movement. Always welcoming to neighbours, they normally hold a carol concert in Advent. This year, such a thing is forbidden.

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