Posted: February 2016
Everyone is warmly invited to join us as we welcome Rev. Dr. Romilly Micklem as Minister to our churches and to the Circuit at his Induction Service at Christchurch, Thame on Saturday 27th February at 3pm. Parking is available at Thame Snooker Club in Wellington Street, Thame, OX9 3WT; there is pedestrian access to the High Street. Tea follows the service.
From 1st March 2016 he will be Minister in Pastoral Charge of Thame (Christchurch), Chinnor, Cuddington and Haddeham.
Thame Christchurch is a Methodist/United Reformed ecumenical church. Following his Methodist predecessor, Rev. Fred Ireland, Romilly is a United Reformed Church minister and was unanimously appointed following the URC's process. We look forward to welcoming him to the Vale of Aylesbury Circuit.
He can be contacted by email on firstname.lastname@example.org.
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