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You are warmly invited to attend the Welcome Service for Rev. Richard Atkinson as Superintendent Minister for the Circuit and Minister at Aylesbury Methodist Church on this Saturday 24th August at 4pm at the Aylesbury church.

The service will be led by Rev Donna-Marie Broadbent-Kelly and Rev Keith Edwards. Rev'd. Canon Helen D Cameron, District Chair, Northampton District of the Methodist Church will be preaching, and will preside over the presentation and promises. This will be followed by the welcome from Circuit, ecumenical and civic representatives.

You are also invited to join us for refreshments in the hall following the service. This will be an opportunity to meet Richard and his wife Louise and give your own welcome as Richard officially starts on Sunday September 1st. On that day at 10.30am, Richard will be leading our morning service.

For a Reflection from Richard published in LINK magazine, click here.

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