Webteam: September 2016
Just wanted to say "Hi and thank you" to you all for your prayers and support for my new adventure. I especially want to thank Avril, Gill and Ryan for travelling up to support me at the Welcome Service on your behalf. It was great to see them even if for a short time (at least they got a cuppa and cake)
I am being kept busy across the 18 churches ( I haven't even visited them all yet!)
This month my plans are to visit different children's groups across the Circuit and attend Messy Church Services. They happen differently at each church, once a month on different days!!
I have had meetings with the young people at Oakworth Church to see if they wanted to set up a youth group and the answer was YES!!!!
I have met up with a few leaders from other churches who are linked to children's youth groups so that was encouraging to see.
Today I have visited a church at the other side of the Circuit to attend a toddler praise session which was similar to Stay and Play but based on craft songs and a story. Today it was the eye of the needle story.
I have a couple of school assemblies this month too.
So busy busy busy!!!
Anyway just want to say you are all in my prayers and thoughts, please keep in touch
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