Jenny's Field Circuit Service 17th August

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On Sunday 17th August 2014 approximately 120 friends gathered at Jenny's Field South Hiendley for a Circuit Service.

The Circuit had planned an outdoor event but due to the weather the worship was held inside.

Each person was given a balloon on arrival and this was used as part of the service, they were released outside as we gave thanks.

'Thanks be to God for his indescribable gifts'

Rev Christopher Blake Principal of Cliff College was the preacher.

After the service a picnic lunch was held followed by activities. There was the opportunity for people to wander around the building and explore the Exodus project. A treasure hunt was provided, pond dipping was on offer and you could even ride on a train.

What a fantastic worship event followed by fun and fellowship.

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