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The Methodist Conference meets at the ends of this month, from Thursday, 28th June (for Presbyters) and Saturday, 30th June (for all representatives) until Thursday, 5th July.

Conference is a very busy time, stimulating but hard work.

Our District representatives are:

Revd John Hellyer, Chair
Revd Graham Horsley
Revd Miriam Moul
Revd Sharon Lovelock
Revd Bonnie-Belle Pickard
Revd Patricia Williams
Deacon Joy Everingham
Miss Margaret Bowerman
Mrs Anne Haggarty
Ms Jenny Jackson
Miss Victoria Lawrence
Mrs Shelagh Morgan
Mr John Troughton

I ask that all churches include prayers for both the Conference itself, and for our representatives, that they may find blessing and renewal through attending.

Many thanks

Best wishes

Anne
District Prayer Co-ordinator

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