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MIKE COLLINS

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It is hard to tell what is really going on a church from the outside. This is why the Church Times and ChurchCare are jointly sponsoring a photographic competion, which encourages people to zoom in on activities in and around their churches, rather than the buildings themselves. But the entry deadline, 31 October, is fast approaching.

A prize of £150 is being offered for the winner in each of three categotries: worship and prayer; community activities, and "Chelfie", (you, your church, and its people). Entries will be judged on their composition, creativity, and impact, and must include people.

For entry details, full terms and conditions, please click here.

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