Webteam: March 2017
A Circuit Gathering took place last Sunday (March 5th) when about 40 people came to Bridge Street, Andover to explore the theme 'Join our hands in celebration'. There was a choice of workshops ranging from artistic creativity to written creativity; from voice production and drama to learning new hymns and songs. contributions from each workshop were then linked together into an at of worship, led by the Superintendent Minister, Revd Rachel Borgars.
Between the workshops and the service, there was a generously catered bring and share tea and the opportunity for people from the different churches across the Circuit to get to meet each other and share in informal conversation.
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