Worship Service July 19th

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A Methodist Circuit service to give thanks for the ministry of Rev Billy Slatter and his wife Pauline who have ministered at Fleet and Hartley Wintney . Billy is retiring and they will move to Rustington in August.

The service is introduced by Rev Chris Blake (Superintendent Minister) and the sermon is given by Rev Dr David Hinchliffe (District Chair) with contributions from Rev Billy, his wife Pauline and members of their churches.

This service is also being live streamed on Facebook — Fleet Methodist Services. If on Sunday at 11:30 you go to Facebook you can see informal thanks and farewells to Billy and Pauline as mentioned by Billy at the end of this service.

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