WMC: December 2017
Beryl Fudge, ex Circuit Mission Secretary and the wife of the late Alan Fudge who served the circuit as a Local Preacher, has written a booklet entitled "Love one another and look after Mum — a personal guide for dealing with the death of a loved one" with a foreword by Canon David Winter.
Copies will be available in Church but if you would find it useful, you can purchase a copy for £2.99. Please contact your Stewards.
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