Hymns & Cake @ Hertford Methodist Church

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Hertford Hymns and Cake

Hertford Churches Together encourages all local churches to hold a 'Lent Event' for Christian Aid.

Our strong Methodist tradition of hymn-singing led them to suggest something musical, so as the popular 'Beer & Hymns' held at some Christian Festivals wasn't possible we've gone for a Sunday afternoon 'Hymns & Cake' instead.

For the past three years we've run this popular event and we'd be delighted if you could join us on Sunday 1st March, 3pm — 4.30pm at Hertford Methodist Church.

If you'd like us to include your favourite hymn, email the first line to: minister@hertfordmethodist.org.uk

We look forward to welcoming you.

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