200 gathered for Circuit Service

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The Circuit Service took place at Emmanuel Sunday 2nd March 6pm

Around 200 people gathered to share worship and celebrate.

"God called and I .............................................."

During the service Local Preachers John Hayward, Debbie Marsh and Mary Reason were presented for accreditation. Each of them gave a short talk about their 'call to preach' it was inspiring and a pleasure to witness.

David Shone, Janice Parkin, Heather Hague, Peter Mulrooney, Christine Mulrooney, Elsie Dyson, Tony Johnson and Russell Yapp were commissioned as Worship Leaders.

Ray Tayor, Ellie Peet and Amy Marsh were commissioned and welcomed as Lay Workers in the Circuit.

The Collection amounted to £360.93. These monies are to be sent to the 'Local Preachers & Worship Leaders Trust'.

Our next Circuit Service is Sunday 11th May 3pm at Kexborough
This is the Circuit Easter Offering Service.

Why don't you make a date to share in Worship as part of our Circuit?

See you there
Jayne

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