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Annual Report and Annual Church Meeting

Our Annual Church Meeting will be on Sunday 30th April at 1:30 pm after Church Lunch.

In preparation for this we are compiling our annual booklet and Gordon & Gill need contributions as soon as possible. The deadline was set as 26th March.

The meeting will appoint the Church Stewards for the next year and representatives of the membership to Church Council.

Keith will share some of his thoughts and observations from his first 8 months with us as he helps us to take stock and look to the future. Keith will also lead our thinking and facilitate discussions on our "Exploring worship through......" series on the first Sunday of each month.

Do come and share in what should be a stimulating early afternoon.

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