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Newsletter 5

 

Introduction

The South Warwickshire Circuit now exists!

SWC - Logo Options - Logo C

Welcome to the first newsletter of the new circuit We cover the opening service in this newsletter, introduce one of our circuit stewards and feature Mickleton Church.

The Circuit Meeting on 12 September agreed a process for selecting a logo for the new circuit. There are now three logos under consideration (logo C is shown on the left). Please consider these and write your comments on the A3 sheet put up in your church. These will be passed to the Circuit Leadership Team who will make a recommendation to the December Circuit Meeting, where a decision will be made.

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