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Our Methodist circuit has recently formed a Mission team with the aim of taking our church and our faith out into the community. The group is formed from congregations across the district, which meet at regular intervals to discuss and plan a series of mission events throughout the year.
After some initial training sessions and continued support from Jill Marsh (District Mission Enabler) the team have put on two events to date, in the form of 'Pop up' Church, both of which have been held in Kettering town centre. At these events the team meets and engages with members of the public who would not ordinarily come to a church with the aim of sharing and showing Gods love.
The events are designed to be fun and incorporate 'messy church' style activities for families — we even have a bubble machine! These events have received a very positive response so far and the team are planning to do other mission events in the Autumn and Winter.
The group is looking for more volunteers to help out , whether that is simply praying for the event, helping with organisation and planning, or being part of the team who meets with the public.  If you are interested in finding out more please speak to Jon Hall (07708784997)

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