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Christmas in West Norwood

This week brings the countdown to the festive season starting off with Small Business Saturday on 2nd December. Look out for balloons adorning the shopping street , along with our West Norwood Christmas tree funded by our business community and decorated courtesy of the lovely people at Floral Hall. 85 more words

West Norwood

Cornelia Lathrop: The Girl Who Inspired America's First Church for the Deaf

Up a small rise in Section I in Mt. Hope Cemetery, not far from the road but hidden among the trees, lies the body of a young girl whose Christian faith inspired the establishment of America’s first church for the deaf. 1,360 more words

Buried At Mt. Hope Cemetery

John Ward

John was born in Plymouth in 1883. He married Jane Berry in Wolverhampton in 1907. In 1911, they were living at 64 Lower Vauxhall with their two children, Lilian and Eva. 105 more words

Men Who Served

Encourage, Nurture and Communicate

Luke 18:15-17 (18:16), Mark 10:13-16 – August 6, 2017

“Compassion: Encourage, Nurture and Communicate”

Encourage, nurture and communicate. These are three strong action words! Why on earth do I have these three verbs, or action words, as the title of my sermon today? 1,469 more words

63 East Broadway (St. Luke's United Methodist Church)

St. Luke’s United Methodist Church was raised and a steeple and ground floor added five years after the original construction. Shingles in the gable, Gothic windows, and porch details are distinguishing features of this town-center church. 57 more words

Helping Out, with Bakery Goods (#BestOf)

(the Best of) A Year of Being Kind, Thursday, August 3, 2017

Almost everyone loves baked goods! This post reminds me of spreading the caring around, being kind with extra baked goods. 629 more words

The Gandy Brothers - Charles Leighton

The third Gandy brother mentioned in the Midland Counties Express is Charles Leighton, The article states that his address was 14 Caledonian Street, Bilston, and that, like his brother Francis, he was also a postman. 169 more words

Men Who Served