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Our Circuit is beginning to look at what church might be like as we move forward. We want to fear from you!

18th July — Pray
— Set aside some time on this day to pray about what kind of shape we are being called going forward. Please see the leaflet entitled 'Circuit Prayer Resource' to guide your prayers on this day.

19th July — Share
— Tell us what you think, share your thoughts and reflections from your prayer time. Do this by email, Facebook, or Messenger, or join us for a Zoom share between 7.00pm and 8.00pm. Email us for details.

12th July to 26th July — Complete our Survey
— We have set up a survey to find out when you would you feel comfortable coming back to church. You can access this survey by clicking on this link

30th August — Picnic
— Join us for a 'socially distanced' picnic at Huntingdon Riverside Park from 1.00pm to 2.30pm. Bring your own picnic and join us from a distance to catch up and share.

Zoom Praise
— Did you know that every Sunday we run a 'Zoom Church' for everyone to join which is suitable for all ages. Log in details are included on the weekly service sheet or by emailing either Rev James or Rev Nick whose details are below.

Rev James Bamber: jjamesbamber@gmail.com
Rev Nick Witham: nicholas.witham@methodist.org.uk

Facebook Page: St Neots and Huntingdon Methodist Circuit

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