Webteam: May 2014
"Risk the Path he trod"
The Barnsley Circuit held their Easter Offering Service on Sunday 11th May at Kexborough.
A good time of worship and fellowship as we considered the risks and challenges of the Gospel.
Butterflies were placed on the cross as we offered our prayers and our hopes for ourselves, other people, the church and the world.
The service was led by our Methodist Women in Britain President Ellie Peet with contributions from other people in the Circuit.
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