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Revd John Hellyer - Gloucestershire Methodist Superindent Minister

It will not be possible to hold Superintendent's Lunch Clubs for some time, so Rev'd John Hellyer would like to invite you to meet him from the comfort of your own home by joining in a Zoom conversation.

If you would like to join in any of these informal meetings simply email John at superintendent@gloscircuit.co.uk and he will send you the Zoom link that you need. If you're not familiar with Zooming yet, all you need is a computer, smartphone or tablet with a camera and microphone and a supply of your own refreshments. All the gatherings will begin at 11am and will last about an hour and you can join for as long as you like at any time during that hour.

The dates are:

Wednesday 3 June, Thursday 18 June, Monday 20 July, Thursday 30 July, Monday 10 August, Thursday 20 August

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