Farewell to Denise

Today we said farewell to our warden Denise who is moving out of the parish this week. Denise disclosed that she has been a member of this church for 41 years, and during this time as well as being a warden she has been involved in Sunday school, brownies and guides, leading worship as an ALM, a PCC member, deanery synod rep, and many other tasks including gardening (with the help of her husband David).

Denise was presented with flowers, a card and a cheque which we are sure she will make good use of in her new home.

We are all very grateful for Denise’s long and faithful ministry and wish her and her husband every happiness in their new life away from us here, our love and prayers go with you.

Denise – you will be sorely missed.

3 thoughts on “Farewell to Denise”

  1. Yes, very sad to see that Denise is moving on. You will be sorely missed. But what a tremendous job (or jobs) you have done over so many years. Well done, thou good and faithful servant. Best love John Gardner

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  2. Denise we wish you all the very best for the next chapter of your life. You have been a part of my life from all them years ago as a young girl in guides. You will be missed by many. With all our love and heartfelt thank you for all your hard work and dedication. Coopers, Talbots and Wilson’s x

  3. I would love to find some of our old guides photos for the memories. Always the loudest, Chattiest guide and now I’m the loudest, chattiest leader. I learned from the best. Good luck Deli. I hope your new journey is a fabulous one.

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