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Hi everyone

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

God bless

Jo

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