Proposed Pilgrimage to Israel

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Dear Friends in the Hants Surrey Border Circuit,
Rev Alan Costello and Rev Gina Hoff are gathering a list of names of people who may be interested in a trip to Israel in June 2018. This is just an initial tester to see who may be interested and to see what kind of Pilgrimage can be organised with the numbers who would like to go. Please either make your interest known to Alan or Gina in the first instance and there will be further information available in the near future. Thank you and we look forward to hearing from those of you who would like to know more.

a.costello@ntlworld.com ginahoff92@googlemail.com

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