Keith Underhill: August 2016
To everyone at Alton Methodist Church,
We simply wanted to say a huge 'thank-you' for the great send off you gave us on 31st July.
We were overwhelmed with your love, prayers, thoughts, good wishes, cards and presents. Thank you especially for the very generous gift from the church — rest assured that it will be well spent as we buy things for our new home.
The removal went very well and we are beginning to settle in to our new surroundings. As you can imagine, it takes a long time to get through all the boxes and unpack everything. There are still a few things that we have yet to locate, I'm sure we will find them soon!
The study will have to wait a while I think!
The last ten years have been very special ones for us and there will always be a part of us that belongs to Alton Methodist Church and GAP.
We will continue to hold you in our prayers, as we know you will us.
With much love now and always,
Keith, Liz, Becca, Amy & Dan
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