By Audlem Webteam - 22nd January 2006 10:57am
Today the three Audlem ministers exchange pulpits with Rev Helen Chantry from St James' preaching at the Baptist Church; Rev Andrew Gunstone from the Methodist Church preaching at St James' and Mr Bill Cowan of the Baptist Church preaching at the Methodist Church. The exchange is part of the Week of Prayer for Christian Unity.
This is another example of the co-operation amongst the churches in Audlem. Last Autumn, when the Nantwich Methodist circuit had its service in Audlem, the larger St James' church was used because of the size of the Methodist congregation that day.
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