Prayers for the Second Round of Stationing

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On 2nd and 3rd December our District Chair, Rev David Hinchliffe, will be involved in the second round of Stationing for the Connexional year 2020 — 2021. This is a very complex and stressful time for all involved, and I invite you to ask your circuit to pray for David as he meets with the other District Chairs and Connexional representatives.

The following circuits are still involved with stationing:

  • Hants-Surrey Border
  • Wey Valley
  • Hastings, Bexhill and Rye
  • Canterbury and East Kent

3 presbyters and 1 deacon from our district are also engaged in the stationing process, and two circuits are looking for probationer appointments.

Please hold everyone concerned in your prayers.

Please also give thanks for presbyters and circuits where matches have been made.

With every blessing

Anne
District Prayer Co-ordinator

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