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The misguided priorities of church authorities

The church authorities’ priorities are all wrong

6 February 2021

9:00 AM

6 February 2021

9:00 AM

This has been a tough year for everyone. Death, mental collapse, grief, unemployment. In my church we’ve lost people to Covid — one of the earliest victims was a regular at our 9 a.m. Communion. We’ve lost people to mental health — one of the homeless men who came to our services, and who used to delight us by playing the piano, hanged himself over the summer.

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