Circuit Service marking 500 anniversary of the Reformation

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On Sunday 17th September, people from across the Stokesley Methodist Circuit gathered for a service marking the 500th anniversary of the Reformation. The service was led by Rev Ruth Gee, Chair of the Darlington Methodist District. Readings and prayers were led by two Methodist ministers in the circuit: Rev Andrew Robinson and Rev Lisa Quarmby. After the service, there was a shared tea. There are other events going on in the District to mark the Reformation including an event at Northallerton.

Reformation Echoes
How the Reformation speaks to us 500 years on -- an ecumenical conversation.
Tuesday 10 October 2017 at 7pm.
Northallerton Methodist Church, High Street, Northallerton DL7 8EG.
All welcome. Admission free

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