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An Open Circuit Meeting for both the Leicester Trinity and Leicester North Circuits took place on Wednesday 21st June. In addition to welcoming members of both Circuit Meetings the occasion was open to everyone. There was no formal business, no agenda and no minutes! The evening started with barbecue from 6.30 p.m. Each Church in the two Circuits was asked to bring a small display (a board with pictures, a banner or a special object to display) which expressed something thats at the heart of their Church's life and faith.

This provided an opportunity to learn about the other Churches in the enlarged circuit and the evening concluded at 8 p.m. with a time of worship and prayer lead by Revds. David Vale and Dave Warnock together with Circuit Stewards, as we looked forward to our Circuits amalgamating on September 1st.

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