Texan Mission trip

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American Mission Team 2016

Here is the programme for the Texan visit for our Circuit.

Saturday: POP up shop in Great Ayton 11am 3pm
Texans arrive around 1.30pm will join until 3 pm and then they will go to host families around 4 pm, An evening meal will be at Great Ayton church for the and host families and their visitors at 6 pm

Sunday: Visit services at Great Ayton and Stokesley and Hutton Rudby
Time to relax with the host families

Monday: 9-93am Early morning prayers at Great Ayton
10.30am — noon Yatton House Great Ayton
1.15-2-45 Boccia game at Great Ayton Church ( Yatton House)
3-4pm Prayers in the village (Great Ayton)
6-30-8pm Youth group at Great Ayton

Tuesday 9-9-30am Early morning Prayers
3.15 4.30 JTime/ Fun Time ( primary school children) Great Ayton
6-8pm Youth outreach at Stokesley church with Matty, Kyle, and Team

Wednesday 9-930 Early morning prayers
10-12 Crafts at Ayton making cards for charity
12.30 1.30 Prayers on Stokesley High Street
3.30 — 5 pm "Game on" at Hutton Rudby
3.30 — 4.30pm "Kids Club" Hutton Rudby

Thursday 9-30am Early morning prayers
10 am- 11.30am With toddler group at Great Ayton
1-15pm -2.45pm with toddler group Great Ayton
7pm-9pm Curry night at Stokesley Methodist church

Friday 9-930am Early Morning Prayers
10 am Meeting at Redcar Stray Cafe for a walk to Saltburn ( Fish&Chips)
6.30- 9 pm Ceilidh night at Great Ayton Methodist with the Cleveland Bays ( Buffet £5 )

Saturday Day in York with host families before they Return home to Texas.

This is a circuit mission, please come along and meet our friends from Texas at the various churches throughout the circuit.

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