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Greenbelt: worship

by Jonny Baker

THERE ARE certain things you can guarantee at Greenbelt: it will rain at some point in the weekend; someone on the campsite will shout “Oggi, Oggi, Oggi!” at 3 a.m.; you will be filled with wonder at something unexpected during the festival; you will eventually give in to the tempting smell of fresh doughnuts; and there will be some inspiring worship led by the Iona Community.

Over the past 50 years, the Church in the UK has been privileged to experience several renewing ...

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