WMC: April 2018
All We Can
As part of our being a partner church with All We Can, we were really fortunate to have Matthew Forsyth from All We Can to lead our 10:30 am service on Sunday 15th April.
Thank you Matthew for such great service, for getting us thinking about 'being in the middle' and sharing with us the great work that All We Can do.
We hope to see you again!
Members and friends may be pleased to learn that we have just sent our fourth donation to All We Can as a Partner Church. This donation totalled £255.50, made up of £158 raised by the All We Can Breakfast on March 4th plus some other contributions. Altogether, we have now sent All We Can about £1,157 of which about £175 was gift aided, resulting in a total to All We Can of approximately
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