Welcome Richard!

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Elm Ridge

You are invited to the Welcome Service of the Revd Richard Andrew, Chair of the Darlington District from September 2018 (subject to conference). The service is on Saturday 25th August at 5pm. It will be held at Elm Ridge Methodist Church, Darlington DL3 8AB.
If you are able, come and celebrate as we welcome Richard and his family and pray for his ministry among us. It will be a joyful occasion made special by the presence of a good representation from across the district as well as our ecumenical partners and visiting Chairs plus colleagues, family and friends of Richard.
Hope to see you there!
Best Wishes
Anne Offler

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