Farewell Party for Rev Sue Levitt

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On Saturday July 7th a traditional afternoon tea with party atmosphere was held in Tarvin Methodist Church to bid farewell to the Rev Sue who is moving to take up the post of Superintendent within the Methodist Circuit in Kidderminster.

She has been our minister for over 4 years and we offer her our grateful thanks for all she has done for us and other churches within our circuit.

To show our appreciation she was presented with a gift of silver charms for a bracelet to remind her of her friends in Tarvin.

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A special cake made by Sue Walker and Pauline Bannister, and an impressive display of cakes, sandwiches and strawberries and cream was enjoyed by the many friends and members from the village who were there.

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We all send our best wishes and congratulations to Rev Sue on this new appointment which is a well deserved promotion and wish a very happy retirement to her husband the Rev Peter Levitt who will,no doubt, be busier than ever as he continues to support Rev Sue in her ministry.

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