Wesley UMC’s Vision Statement
We strive to quiet the conflict among all people by creating a compelling environment that fosters spirituality, community engagement, and social justice.
Wesley UMC's Inclusivity Statement
Persons of all races, ages, abilities, and sexual orientations are welcomed as full participants in the life and mission of this congregation.
United Methodist Church's Mission Statement
To make disciples of Jesus Christ for the transformation of the world.
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Prayers, Presence, Gifts, Service and Witness
  Join us and be present for worship on our YouTube channel "Concord Wesley UMC (NH)" each Sunday at 10:30am or during the week on Concord TV, Channel 22. New episodes appear each Tuesday at 4:30 pm and re-air on Wednesdays at 2:00 pm, Thursdays at 10:30 am, Fridays at 7:00 am, Sundays at 1:30 pm, Mondays at 10:30 am.

  Request prayers by email from our Prayer Chain at this link. Join us for fellowship via Zoom at this link.
Meeting ID: 826 9124 7213  Passcode: Wesley

Give or tithe to Wesley's mission and ministries by check to Wesley UMC at 79 Clinton Street, Concord NH 03301 or visit this secure link on our website to use your debit or credit card. 
Find opportunities to serve our neighbors in need and imagine ways to witness your faith below or on our website.

Janette Espineda 03/14
Robert Forsten 03/16
Nancy Vigue 3/17
Byron Champlin 03/19
Darcy Prouty 03/20
Archer Brand 03/21

Find the addresses of our homebound members at this link to send a special card! If you don't have our participant directory, please email Jane Broadrick at this link to get a copy so that you can send cards, call to chat and text to keep in touch with all of your church friends. Pastor Cheryl lovingly encourages you to stay connected with your beloved community.

- For Wesley's ministries: Family Promise, Concord Coalition to End Homelessness, Abbot-Downing School, Second Start Alternative High School;
- For our children and youth programs and our new Messy Church offering last Friday and again next month on March 26th at 6:00pm on our YouTube channel;
- For Dick Kipperman's granddaughter, 
Ken Gallager's mom Ann, Cindy Nix, Dick Hart's daughter Caroline, Larry Haynes;
- For Judy Daka's ministry in Zambia struggling with both malaria and COVID.
- For Belinda Forbes' dental ministry in Nicaragua.
- For the United Methodist Church, that we may stand up for LGBTQ+ persons, BIPOC and all those who are hurt and oppressed by unjust systems;
- For our world governments as they seek to care for the health of their citizens, fairness in commerce, peace with other nations and equality across the potential barriers of economic, religious, racial and physical ability differences;
- For our Bishop Sudarshana Devadhar, our District Superintendent Taesung Kang, our Pastor Cheryl Meachen, our staff, our volunteer church leaders and each member and friend of Wesley.

This fourth Sunday of Lent, March 14th, we will hear scripture from  Matthew 9:18-26 by  Joan Tessier and our theme will be Different Pictures.

Rev. Cheryl L Meachen is our lead pastor.
Anne Roberts is her Administrative Assistant.
Christina Catino, our Director of Children-and-Youth Ministries will share a delightful children's message.
Deborah Venator compiles and produces our video.
Ken Gallager is our talented organist.
Ben Greene directs the virtual choir compiling individual video recordings.
Alan Schulte directs Electric Praise, compiling their lively music and setting it to video.
Jen Savoy is our intern from Boston University School of Theology.
Judy King and Myrna Evans design our altars

Each of our Lenten Sunday Services can be viewed on our YouTube Channel at 10:30 on Sunday

March 21 - Lent 5: RestorationMatthew 8:18-27
March 28 - Palm Sunday: Holy, Wholly Matthew 9:1-8
April 1 at 7pm Maundy Thursday (Bow Mills UMC YouTube page)
April 2 at 7pm Good Friday on YouTube: Electric Praise Contemporary Service; also details about Greater Concord Interfaith Council traditional service coming soon.
April 4 at 6am and 10:30am Easter Sunrise outdoors at 6:00 am at Dimond Hill Farm and on YouTube with Hallelujah chorus at 10:30am
April 11 - Guest Preacher: Seminary Intern: Jen Savoy - 
Romans 8:26-30
Easter Season - A worship series from Marcia McFee's Worship Design Studio called Dare to Dance Again

You can also check out our archive of this week's service after it is aired, as well as previous services on our YouTube channel.
All services are available on CCTV Channel 22 the Tuesday following the premiere air dates, as well.
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Good morning, Beloved,

Have you had your vaccination yet?

The time is nearing when we will be able to worship in person at Wesley again. Right now the CDC still says that large indoor gatherings are too dangerous. We are planning to hold the plant sale outdoors in a socially distanced masked way in May and we are making plans to hold parking lot services once the weather warms, where we sit in our cars and listen to the service over our radios. As more and more people are vaccinated, it will become safer to gather. The best case scenario might see us returning to worship in the sanctuary in the fall or by Christmas. 

We can't make any promises since it depends on peoples' behavior getting vaccinated, as well as the spread of the virus. Pastor Cheryl closely monitors what the CDC, governor, NH Council of Churches and NE United Methodist Conference have to say in making the decision.

One of the most important considerations will be including everyone. It wouldn't be fair to have an in person service to which only a certain number could come based on our calculation of how many people could fit in the sanctuary spaced 6 feet apart, or inviting only those who have been vaccinated, since not all people have been eligible to do so yet. 

We have a re-entry team that meets periodically to talk about how to handle things like hand sanitizer stations, the special masks we've ordered, how to do no-touch offering, no-touch communion and greet one another without hugs or handshakes. If you have any suggestions, the team would love to hear them! 

Meanwhile, be patient and be hopeful. The time is coming.

Pastor Cheryl
Rev. Cheryl L. Meachen
Visit my blog at this link

Enjoy the short video devotional on our Facebook page or YouTube at this link with Pastor Cheryl each morning of Lent on the topic of healing, as well as the paper devotional prepared by seminary intern Jen Savoy based on Marcia McFee's series and distributed to you in the Lenten packet. You can begin any time!
There are a number of dimensions of our commitment to Wesley including our prayers, presence, gifts, service and witness. We don't concentrate on presence only on Sundays during worship or prayer only during that portion of our service. These are things that pervade our week, just like our service and witness.

In the same way, stewardship is not relegated only to the fall when we hold our annual pledge campaign. While we honor our pledges each week, I pray that we also contemplate our gifts during each offertory and each day in our prayer of thanks to God for our daily bread, in contemplating our estate planning and even in receiving the stimulus payment from the government later this month. There are those of us who have struggled with unemployment, food insecurity and illness or death during COVID, those who really need this stimulus help. There are those of us who turn around and pump this money back into the economy by making purchases from struggling local businesses and there are those of us who turn this stimulus money over to those in the deepest need through the charities we support. Because of your generosity, Wesley has been able to help people in need during this time.

You may surmise that generally, Wesley's income was down last year due to the pandemic, our not meeting in person and the loss of donations from groups using the building and you would be correct. Wesley was the beneficiary of a PPP loan through the federal program which has been forgiven, helping our financial situation. But there are still needs.

It is said that one should never talk about religion, money or politics, but my prayer is that Wesley members talk deeply and openly about our faith, our stewardship and social justice issues facing us all. It is for that reason that I believe we need to be completely transparent about both our need and our deep faith that God provides. Our mission at Wesley is valuable. We grow with God so that we can go to serve. God will certainly supply the inspiration and enthusiasm we need for our personal spiritual growth, as well as our ministry in the world. Like the small boy who shared his lunch in the story of Jesus feeding the thousands, our personal stewardship combines with that of our pew-mates to perform incredible miracles.

If you find yourself with a few extra dollars because of the stimulus payment, because you've been cutting your own hair (I've been cutting all the Meachens' hair - Jim's is especially fun!), because you've been eating out less or for whatever reason, won't you consider a gift to Wesley to support our mission and ministry to the Concord community and beyond? Thank you.

Gratefully yours,
Pastor Cheryl

In Paul’s letter to the church in Corinth, Corinthians 2:9, he quoted from Psalm 112:9: “As the Scriptures say: “They share freely and give generously to the poor. Their good deeds will be remembered forever.

A huge THANK YOU for our very successful Abbot-Downing Ingathering on Sunday afternoon, February 28.   These items were delivered by members of the Wesley congregation to A-D Team members (Norma Kane and Lorraine and Jeff Schindler) on that cloudy, but warmer Sunday afternoon in the snow-cleared Wesley UMC parking lot. It was so nice to see smiles behind the masks and to visit with those making deliveries.  Some took the opportunity to say hello to others bringing their donations. We collected the following for the A-D School and here is our report:

30 pkgs lined paper; 14 containers disinfectant wipes, 12 individual packs of disinfectant wipes, 3 pkgs baby wipes; 23 boxes tissues; 630 No.2 pencils, 14 mechanical pencils,117 colored pencils;    45 erasers, 130 pencil erasers; 43 folders; 88 glue sticks; 24 Bic pens; 239 markers, 5 permanent markers, 7 pkgs dry erase markers; 10 dry erase markers; 1 pkgs post-it notes; 18 boxes 24 ct, crayons, 3 boxes 16 ct crayons, 1 box jumbo crayons; 6 pair kids scissors; 1 pkg construction paper; 18 rolls tape,1 pencil sharpener; 1 pkg index cards1 pkg cardstock

For those Wesley members who went the extra mile please accept the A-D Team’s thanks and sincere appreciation for in addition to the above items, we delivered $900.00 to Abbot-Downing School on Wednesday, March 3 toward the purchase of the need for document projectors arising because of the COVID-19 pandemic at $200 ea.  


Norma Kane and Lorraine Schindler Co-leaders, Diane McFall, Mary Ann Wolfe, Cyndy Burk, and Joan Beldin.

The CCEH Corner
CCEH CORNER March 14, 2021

CCEH finds a new CCO at the helm, Mark Fagan.  Mark spent 15 years at PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP. Not feeling ready to begin retirement, he will take on this management position at CCEH.  Mark’s goal is to allow all front-line team members and volunteers to be able to focus 100% on serving the homeless population with high quality, compassionate services. 

We hope you are working on filling those blessing bags.  These bags will be our Lenten gift to CCEH.  Each bag may contain some or all of the following suggested gifts for the guests at the Resource Center: shampoo, conditioner, comb, toothbrush, toothpaste, body wipes (like baby wipes), disposable razor, Chapstick, foot powder, Band-Aids, Q-tips, tissues, toe/hand warmers, breakfast bar, pack of peanut butter crackers. All items should be INDIVIDUAL/TRAVEL SIZE.  We ask that you place your items in individual gallon size resealable plastic storage bags. It’s like making an individual travel bag for each person. The plastic bags will prevent the items from getting wet and keep them in a portable, handy, personal container. Pastor Cheryl will be blessing these Lenten gifts on Palm Sunday, March 28th. You may leave your Blessing Bags in the yellow bin outside the church door at any time. Bob and Judy will be in the church parking lot on March 21st from 1 to 2pm for those who prefer to leave them in person. Then off they will go to the Resource Center to be given to each guest. Happy shopping everyone.

This is one of the big fundraisers for CCEH.  Wesley has always helped with this endeavor but this year Soup must be pre-ordered and you may pick it up on March 20 at White Park. Pick up times are 3:00 pm to 5:30pm at 1 White St. Concord. Please order soup here.

This year, Wesley will be one of the sponsors of Souperfest.  The Sponsorship levels are Bronze $250, Silver $500, Gold $2,500. Which will Wesley be? Please send your donation to Wesley UMC and indicate on your check that it is for Souperfest. If you contribute using PayPal, please send an email to the church treasurer indicating the amount and that it is for Souperfest. Watch for our sponsorship level in the eWeekly next week. 
Enjoy the warm weather this week. 

Again, thanks to everyone for your wonderful support of CCEH. 
Lenten Friday Night Fish Fry (and Bake) at Bishop Brady High School! Why stay at home and eat fish alone? Alumni Moms of Bishop Brady High School invite you to join us for dinner each Friday of this Lenten season--beginning Friday 2/19 through Friday 3/26*. Our own Chef Eli is preparing your choice of mouth-watering fresh-baked or hand-battered fried haddock, his own Award-Winning clam chowder (voted best chowder at Ribfest Merrimack, NH!), coleslaw, and 3-cheese gourmet baked mac and cheese. Stop in and snag a nutritious and delicious, hearty meal for just $12, and feel just like you’re at a summertime, seaside stand!  Call 224-7418 to place your order, make a reservation (recommended), or to be placed on our call-ahead list. Single serving Water, Soda, Beer and Wine available. Suggested donation $1 each water/soda. $5 each beer/wine. Bake-Sale Dessert Table: Heavenly home-made desserts baked with love by Bishop Brady Sport and Club Teams (individual desserts pre-packed and pre-sealed). Suggested donation $2/dessert.

We celebrate UMCOR Sunday this year on March 14, 2021, but online we are celebrating all month long! UMCOR Sunday unites the church in community, invites the participation of each and every person, and underscores our shared commitment as people of God to keep walking together in mission for the benefit of those in need.
The Purimshpiel 
Saturday, March 13 at 8pm.
This is a comic presentation of the Book of Esther, and explains the celebration of Purim. 
From the comfort of your own home you can watch a presentation you would not see anywhere else and laugh a little. The Purimshpiel will be broadcast over Temple Beth Jacob's website, in the live streaming section. 

Nancy Vigue is moving and is looking for a home for her cat, Lulu. She is a wonderful cat. Lulu is older but healthy. She is shy at first, but friendly when she gets to know you.  She is ok with other cats but doesn’t like dogs. Lulu is declawed and up to date with shots. Please email Nancy.


We are doing a little spring cleaning, Please call, 224-7413 
or email Anne at the office if any of these belong to you. 


Please send photos and the thoughts provoked by your Lenten worship materials. Left photo is courtesy of Gail Page, " The broken pieces gathered again to make us whole at the resurrection." Right photo is courtesy of Anne Roberts, "Each week is a little different, rearranging the elements clears my mind and promotes a break for mindfulness."

Please send photos to Anne.

Spiritual Formation and Education

Monday Morning Quarterback Bible Study

Weekly questions from Pastor Cheryl to continue studying 
Matthew 9:18-26
 from the worship service at home.

1.Throughout this passage, it is clear that there is power in touch. Think of a time when touch was healing in your experience.
2. There's a sense of patience both for the father seeking healing for his daughter and the women who has suffered for twelve years. What might their patience teach us during this long year of yearning to see one another?

3. There is also a sense of something else: the word suddenly is used with respect to both healings and the word instantly is used to describe the woman's cure. Do we expect things to improve instantly? Are we disappointed when healing doesn't come suddenly? Is God still at work even when it takes a while?
Adult Sunday School Starts Study of 1 Thessalonians and Galatians
Newcomers welcome! At 9 a.m
 What’s the first book of the New Testament?  Most of us will quickly answer the Gospel of Matthew.  But what is the first book that was written?  That’s a different question. And a different answer!    We hope to see you on March 14!
Join Zoom at this link. 
Meeting ID: 863 3723 2049  Password: 003935  Phone: 1-646-558-8656
Ms. Christina's Corner
Director of Children and Youth Ministries

Sunday School Zoom at 10:00 am each week
Join Zoom Meeting at this link
Meeting ID: 726 9853 8230
Passcode: Sunday
Youth Zoom at 1:00 pm each Sunday
Join Zoom Meeting at this link
Meeting ID: 736 0199 3984
Passcode: Youth

It was so fun, let’s do it again! Messy Church 2 will premiere Friday, March 26th, 2021 6:00pm on Wesley’s YouTube Channel! Check out this website to see what it’s all about, here! If you missed our first Messy Church, check it out HERE! This is a fun, once-a-month, family fun, fellowship building time for our church and greater Concord community! Meet us on Facebook and YouTube and have some Friday night family fun! Invite and share with your friends, this is for ALL ages! Materials list to come! (Want to help with a future event? Let Ms. Christina know!)

Youth Mission Work This Summer: Things are still very fluid at this time all around our community and world… We’ve got several ideas on the “launch pad” but are still awaiting more directives, conversation, and insight into how things are going to look moving forward!

Pictures Wanted! Send in pictures of your Lent paper chain or of you completing some of the activities! We miss you!

💗Thank you!! 
Ms. Christina

Single Parents Support Group

Single Parents Support Group Starting on March 11!
We’re excited to announce a Single Parents Support Group organized by Wesley United Methodist Church meeting on Thursdays at 7:00 PM. Don’t worry about finding a place to park or sitting 6 feet apart or bringing your mask! We’ll be meeting online to be sure that we all stay safe.

         Please join us for a Support Group for Single Parents, organized by Wesley United Methodist Church on Clinton Street in Concord NH. This Group will be held on Zoom on Thursday evenings from 7 to 8:30 beginning on March 11th . This group will initially run for 6 weeks. We will address topics such as stress management and self-care, co-parenting, disciplining with love, and coping with loneliness. The goal of this group is to provide a safe and healthy place to discuss the challenges and joys of single parenting. All are welcome! Although this is a church based group and will include some prayer, we embrace all single parents, regardless of faith background or spiritual beliefs.

If you are interested, please call the Wesley Church office at 603 224-7413 for more information.
Music Ministry
 Virtual Choir Rehearsals 
All are invited to attend Thursdays at 7:15 pm. We meet via Zoom at this recurring link each week: Meeting ID: 779 7127 5619 Passcode: 9M6QX9
Living Our Best Lives

Missing art museums? There is an outdoor sculpture museum in Brookline NH. There are also several miles of nature trails to enjoy there as well.  Check out the Andres Institute.

Smoked Salmon Frittata
4 oz. smoked salmon, diced
1/3 cup red onion, cut into very fine slices
8  one inch cubes of cream cheese
1-2 tablespoons of capers
6 eggs
3/4 cup milk (cream or water work too)
salt, pepper and dry dill to taste

Preheat oven to 375
In a 8 inch baking dish put salmon, onions, capers and cream cheese. Next, beat eggs, salt, pepper, dill and milk together and pour into baking dish to cover other ingredients. Bake for 35 minutes or until the center is firm.
This Week's Prayer and Scripture

Matthew 9: 18-26

A Girl Restored to Life and a Woman Healed

While he was saying these things to them, suddenly a leader of the synagogue came in and knelt before him, saying, ‘My daughter has just died; but come and lay your hand on her, and she will live.’ And Jesus got up and followed him, with his disciples. Then suddenly a woman who had been suffering from haemorrhages for twelve years came up behind him and touched the fringe of his cloak, for she said to herself, ‘If I only touch his cloak, I will be made well.’ Jesus turned, and seeing her he said, ‘Take heart, daughter; your faith has made you well.’ And instantly the woman was made well. When Jesus came to the leader’s house and saw the flute-players and the crowd making a commotion, he said, ‘Go away; for the girl is not dead but sleeping.’ And they laughed at him. But when the crowd had been put outside, he went in and took her by the hand, and the girl got up. And the report of this spread throughout that district.

Opening Prayer of Confession

Leader: Let us acknowledge our need to restore, repair, renew our Holy Vessels so that we might be able to create and imagine new possibilities, new solutions.

Let us pray:

God of All Possibilities, Made in your image, you have tasked us as co-creators of a better world. You bestowed imagination and the ability to learn and progress. But we are tired. Our energy wanes and enthusiasm wanes. The call for ideas, solutions, work-arounds and adaptations has been non-stop for us all–whether we are needing to find ways to keep children engaged and well, or figuring out how to maintain a passion for our work win the midst of trying times, or needing desperately to undo systems of oppression too long affecting our lives and the lives of our neighbors. Not only our livelihoods, but our liveliness is at stake. Too often we want to give up, declare it all too hard and simply isolate, waiting out the time for better days. It all feels overwhelming and so we look away, sometimes even from the need in our own community.

Help us, Healer.
Show us our energy reserves.
Forgive our cynicism.
Move us to move
one step at a time toward greater care for one another.

In this silence, we sense and acknowledge our yearning for wholeness.


62nd Annual Lenten Luncheon Series

Thursdays from 12:15 pm -1:00 pm on Zoom

March 18 – Rev. Linda Fraser, Hospice Chaplain at Franklin VNA and Hospice 

March 25 - To Be Announced 

We will open at 12:15 with introductions and prayer. Our speakers will talk for 20-25 minutes. There will be a brief time for questions and comments at the end.

Join Zoom Meeting at this link. Meeting ID: 841 5087 7100 Passcode: 617557 

Admission is free, but donations to these local programs are encouraged and appreciated: 

Friends of Forgotten Children 

Riverbend Community Mental Health 

Or mail a check noting how you want the donation applied to: 

Greater Concord Interfaith Council 

PO Box 362 

Concord, NH 03302-0362 

Questions? Contact Margaret Morrill or Eleanor Kimball  

Zoom link and additional details will be posted on Facebook and the Council’s website

 Mike Ard (Baha'i) and Dori Bongiovanni (Buddhist), President of GCIC are facilitating a biweekly interfaith discussion on the 1st and 3rd Monday of each month from 7:00-8:00pm. You are welcome to bring a prayer or reading from your faith tradition to share. The first 40 minutes will be sharing and the last 20 minutes for questions about each other's traditions and discussion. Join at this recurring Zoom link
Wanakee United Methodist Center
Wanakee, Summer 2021
Wanakee’s year-round staff and volunteers on our Board and Committees are focused on the painstaking work of developing plans for Wanakee to open in 2021. We are hoping to re-open, in-person, for camp this summer.
Staff applications are open. Click here to apply.
Regulations and recommendations remain fluid (new guidelines are expected 3/1), and we are developing contingency plans for a range of possible scenarios. To learn more, please visit our Summer 2021 Frequently Asked Questions, and thank you as always for your support and patience.
Click here for a message from the executive director.
Lay Servant Ministries
 Course Planning

The Granite District Lay Servant Ministry team is planning a Basic Course and Advanced Course(s) that will be offered virtually before spring, 2021. 
Read more here.
In the United Methodist church we are all called to be ministers. As Christians we practice the ministry of vitality. In our daily lives, we are called to be salt, light, and leaven in a broken world. The Lay Servant Ministry Basic course helps laity to become better ministers in their day to day and it is the prerequisite to the certified lay servant, certified lay speaker and certified lay minister paths offered in the United Methodist Church. The next course begins April 5.  
Here is an explanation of the ministry from “Chuck Knows Church“ 
Please contact Callie McMahon by March 17 to indicate your availability to help create the schedule. The participants' hand book is “Lay Servant Ministries” by Sandy Jackson and Brian Jackson. It’s $11.00 and available on Amazon, Basic-course  

Apply now for NEAC scholarships

United Methodist adults and recent high school graduates pursuing undergraduate education are invited to apply for a scholarship from the New England Conference for the 2021-22 academic year. Deadline to apply is April 30, 2021. Learn more and get the application forms here.

2021 Annual Conference Session - Online
From the Conference Office...The health of our members and communities remains our priority, and it is uncertain that we will be able to gather safely in June, so we have made the decision to hold the 2021 Annual Conference Session online. While we would like to meet together, we cannot ensure that we will have access to all the services required for an in-person gathering at that time.
All clergy and lay members should hold June 10-12 for the online session. Tentatively, clergy session will be June 10 with Ordination/Commissioning on June 12 for the classes of 2020 and 2021 (with a limited number of participants). The service would be livestreamed. 
More information about registration and a detailed schedule will be announced in March.

Equalization Members Needed for Annual Conference

The format of this year’s annual conference (whether in person or virtual) is not yet certain, but what is certain is that the dates are June 10-12, 2021, and we will need some lay people to serve as District Equalization Members.

If you are interested in being an equalization member please contact Phyllis in the District Office to be added to the list for consideration.

Pastor Cheryl is available by phone, Zoom, Facebook messenger, text or email for pastoral support or to discuss church business. Set a time by emailing her at this link or by calling the church phone 224-7413 which is monitored remotely by our Administrative Assistant, Anne Roberts. If you or someone who you know that needs help would like to apply for assistance from the Pastor's Discretionary fund you can initiate the process by filling out the application at this link. If you know of someone who would like to receive a print version of the eWeekly please let us know by calling 224-7413 or emailing the office.
If you'd like to join other Prayer Messengers please contact coordinator, Norma Kane to volunteer. You may also forward your prayer requests directly to our prayer chain coordinator, Laura Fry.
Last quarter $33.48 was donated to Wesley through AmazonSmile! If you shop on Amazon, please consider naming Wesley UMC as your designated Smile charity. AmazonSmile will donate 0.5% of the purchase price of eligible items purchased. Use this link to select Wesley UMC-Concord NH. Detailed instructions are available here. As always you are invited to support Wesley directly by mailing your gift to 79 Clinton Street, Concord NH 03301 or electronically at Concord
Visit our website at this link 
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