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  Issue No. 2234 Online Edition Monday 20 October 2014 
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Ascension : The Anglican Church of Saint Mary the Virgin
Submitted by The Islander (Islander Editors) 12.06.2014 (Article Archived on 03.07.2014)

It can't be that difficult to find a partner for a stable relationship these days.

 

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It can't be that difficult to find a partner for a stable relationship these days. When I read that three out of every five relationships are now developed through dating web sites I begin to wonder who compiles the statistics. Are people so busy on their i-pads and notebooks they don't get time to go and actually meet people in the flesh? To find a Christian partner it seems is even more difficult but fear not, www.ChristianDatingForMarriage.Com has come to the rescue by catering for members looking for lasting relationships based on Faith and Christian values. ChristianDatingForMarriage.Com takes pride in the fact that they are the only site that promotes dating for Marriage offering services solely focused on maintaining a community in which marriage-minded Christians can meet. By connecting many Christian dating sites around the world it is their hope that they can serve marriage minded Christians on their journey to find love.

 

The Longest Day

Friday's BBC coverage of the 70th Anniversary commemoration of the D-Day landings on the French coast held me riveted to the screen. Incredibly out of the carnage some men survived the battle to return to civvy street at war end. It is to be hoped our lads and lassies under fire on the front line today will be equally remembered for their bravery against sinister satanic forces.  

 

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The Church is always open for personal prayer and meditation.

Vicar: Reverend Don Wittich—Telephone 6431 

Email: stmarys@atlantis.co.ac. Private: witts1@ hotmail.com 

Church Wardens: Mervyn Isaac 6230, Alan Nicholls 6232, Dave Wood 2675

 

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