GAP Service of confirmation/bringing into church membership

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Church membership GAP service 22nd May

Our next GAP service will be held at St. Lawrence Church at 10:30am on Trinity Sunday, 22nd May when the Bishop of Winchester, the Right Reverend Tim Dakin will be present with us.

This service will include the act of confirmation/bringing in to Church Membership, with Bishop Tim and Keith sharing in this act together.

If you would like to become a church member of Alton Methodist Church (and have not already been confirmed or made a member of another denomination), please have a word with Keith ASAP.

If you would like to become a member of Alton Methodist Church and have already been confirmed or are a member of another denomination, then you can have your membership transferred to us — simply have a word with Keith.

We look forward to worshiping together on this special Sunday

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