Peter Farmer: August 2019
A chance meeting on the canal towpath prompted me to ask retired Anaesthetist Dr Malcom Ernst if he would be willing to talk to an AMC group about his role as a Salvation Army volunteer Outreach Worker with the boat people living on the Grand Union canal.
He has agreed to come to Tuesday Fellowship at 2.30pm on Tuesday 17th September. The Tuesday Fellowship warmly welcomes any members of the church or wider community to join them for what should be an interesting meeting.
If you would like to come, please tell Angela Smith (01296 483696) and put the date in your diary!
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