Sunday 7th March 2021

This Lent, We’ve had some sunny days and the ground isbeginning to reveal its hidden treasure, the bulbs filled withcolour and pregnant with hope. Yet, the mid-point of anything isalways the hardest, the point when patience and perseverance areat their weakest- we are still in lockdown and Easter seems so faraway. The Bible contains many stories of people who had to be patient, for example Moses had to wait 40 years to reach the promised land. Let us remember in the dark weeks ahead remember that in Jesus hope, like the spring bulbs will dawn.

Revd. Steve  Dunton
Churches Together in Pershore

Matthews. John William

Of Pershore.
On February 13th 2021, passed away after a short illness, aged 88 years. Beloved husband to Joyce, dear father to Ian and Nick, father in law to Gitte and Celia, grandfather to Emma and Becx, great grandfather to Ella and Phoebe.Due to the current restrictions the funeral service will be private. Family flowers only, donations in memory of John are invited for the Royal British Legion, these may be sent to E Hill & Son Funeral Directors, Pershore. WR10 1HZ

Harber. David

Of Pershore.
Passed away January 29th , age 83.
Beloved husband of Joyce, Father to Mark, Jane and Jo, Father in law to Simon and Jeanette, Grandad to Sophie, Charlotte and Victoria. Grateful thanks to the staff at Heathlands and Dr Baxter from Abbottswood, for their care, kindness and compassion.
Private service at Pershore Cemetery Chapel, family flowers only, donations for Alzheimers Research UK, may be sent to E Hill & Son Funeral Directors,Pershore. WR10 1HZ or via https://www.alzheimersresearchuk.org

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