Whilst doing sound and visuals for a Prayer Meeting at Westminster Chapel, I found a WH Smith ‘OHP Pen Permanent’.
It reminded me of primary school and how when we used to sing hymns during assembly, there would be two students sat at the front of the hall with sheets of acetate which would have the hymn words printed on.
Most times, whole songs would fit on a single sheet, but occasionally there would be songs with two sheets, and it was your job to make sure you displayed them in the right order.
Fortunately these days we have computers we can project these words from. It certainly doesn’t reduce any of the risk of displaying the wrong words!
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