Hannah Wright: September 2020
Last Wednesday we bade farewell to our lovely youth worker Mel. Some members of the youth group presented her with a scrapbook filled with over 40 messages from those in the church and surrounding organisations who she worked with. The number of people wishing to show Mel their gratitude shows what an amazing job she has done not just with the young people but also by sharing her faith and good spirit with everyone she met.
It's fair to say that Mel has left her mark on Aylesbury Methodist Church and I hope that our youth group continues to grow from the great foundations she created. Thank you for everything Mel and you will be missed!
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