Revd Cecil White

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Cecil White

We are sad to inform you that the Rev Cecil White, Minister to North Weald, Epping and Ongar Churches will be leaving HAEBEA on 14th August. He has received a 'Call' to serve the North Lincolnshire Area Pastorate of the East Midlands Synod of the United Reformed Church.

Cecil joined HAEBEA in January 2018 and for the last year has served as Area Co-chair with Revd Blair. Cecil will be greatly missed by all who have come to know him in his time with us.

Cecil says, "I have been deployed in HAEBEA since the beginning of January 2018, during which time I have had the privilege to share with you all on the journey of faith. I hope I have been a faithful pastor and spiritual accompanier. However, if there have been times when I have been lacking in any way or haven't met expectation, I ask for forgiveness. God bless you all as you journey on with Christ."

Please pray for Cecil and his wife Samantha as they embark on this new chapter in their lives.

May God continue to richly bless them both.

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