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Now is the time

The everyday act and symbolism of sharing bread with strangers crops up in many parts of the Bible.

 Jesus frequently shared bread with those he encountered and befriended - and as the central act of the Last Supper, the breaking of bread is imbued with special significance for Christians.

It's a symbol of welcome, hospitality, care, openness, and peace. It's an act of building and strengthening relationships.

This guide will support you to invite your newly elected MP to break bread. It's full of hints and tips to ensure you get off to a great start. 

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