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'Signs of Hope' is a presentation of a series of photographs taken by members and friends of the St Neots and Huntingdon Methodist Circuit depicting signs of hope during this period of uncertainty created by the lockdown as a response to the Coronavirus and Covid-19.

Part 1 — Signs of Hope in Nature
Part 2 — Signs of Hope in Personal Creativity at Home
Part 3 — Signs of Hope in Devotional Material
Part 4 — Signs of Hope in Combatting the Virus

All connected with this project hope you enjoy viewing these photographs and pray that you too will see signs of hope in them and feel God's blessings and creation all around you.

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To watch Part 2 then please click on this ink

To watch Part 3 then please click on this link

To watch Part 4 then please click on this link

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