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Thu 26 Nov 15 @ 16:32RT @DrBattyTowersMay I introduce the world to the rather new account @ordinands_ - tweets from the newly renamed Ordinands' Association...
Thu 26 Nov 15 @ 16:03Widespread closures of C of E churches would be a mistake, @synod is told https://t.co/nQeB80xxZn https://t.co/9djDmzJLUN