Welcome Service - Revd Blair Kirkby

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HAEBEA welcomes Revd Blair and Mrs Ann Kirkby
On 1st September 2017, a congregation of 80 folk drawn from churches around the Area, gathered at St Andrew's Methodist Church in Harlow for a Welcome Service for Revd Blair Kirkby who has been stationed to HAEBEA by the Methodist Conference. In addition to welcoming Blair, we were also pleased to welcome Mrs Ann Kirkby.

The service was led by Revd Dr David Chapman, the District Chair for the Beds, Essex and Herts Methodist District, and Revd Paul Whittle, the Moderator of the Eastern Synod of the United Reformed Church.

Revd Blair, has pastoral charge at St Andrews Methodist Church and Hatfield Heath United Reformed Church, and shared pastoral responsibilities with Anglican colleagues at St James LEP, Staple Tye.

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