Introducing Revd Cecil White

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Revd Cecil White has been called to serve Epping Methodist Church, Epping URC, North Weald Methodist Church, and Ongar URC from January 2018

Cecil is a minister of the United Reformed Church with varied experience over 30 years since his ordination. He has served in rural, town and city contexts and has been a volunteer chaplain with Industrial Mission in South Yorkshire. He has also had experience in full-time higher education chaplaincy at Universities Chaplaincy in Leeds Trust.

Alongside his current ministry in the West Suffolk Group of United Reformed Churches, Cecil serves as Convener of the Eastern Synod Pastoral Committee and as URC Ecumenical Officer for Suffolk. He is trained in spiritual direction and is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts.

He is looking forward to sharing in collaborative ministry.

The Induction Service for Cecil will do held at 3.00 pm on Sunday 14th January 2018, at North Weald Methodist Church. All are welcome.

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