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Circuit Service.

A reminder that on 26th July we have our Circuit farewell service at Cove Methodist Church for the Revds Linda Phillips and Graham Horsley as we celebrate their time with us (nine and five years respectively) and give thanks to God for their ministries.

The service starts at 6:30pm and Keith will be the preacher. There will be no evening service here at Alton that evening.

Prior to the service there will be an afternoon tea at 5:00pm and everyone is welcome to come along and share in a more informal setting.

Cove Methodist Church is at 63 Cove Road, Farnborough. GU14 0EX

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