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Following next Sunday morning's worship, the annual General Church Meeting will be held starting at 12 noon. It is an opportunity to elect new church stewards and appoint representative from the congregation onto the Church Council that acts as local trustees. There is also opportunity to hear more details of new developments and ask questions on any aspect of church life.

The meeting usually only lasts about an hour, so we encourage as many as possible to come along. if there are any matters people would like discussed at the meeting, they are asked to let our minister Rev. Helen Kirk know as soon as possible.

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