By Audlem Webteam - 7th August 2006 11:00am
(The website link that was here no longer works) Two of the village congregations have been caught worshipping together — again! Yesterday the Methodist congregation walked along the road to St James to join their Anglican friends for a morning service led jointly by Helen and Andrew (photo). This was in response to the generous offering of St James for Methodist use during the alterations that are currently being carried out at the chapel. Most Methodist services are being managed in the chapel schoolroom, but it was decided it would be good to get together in church on at least a couple of occasions over the summer. On the first Sunday in September, the process is due to be repeated.
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