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A message from Tom Collins

Welcome to the first edition of this year’s three CSWH newsletters that aim to keep you fully informed about our work, events and prayer requests. At July’s end of year celebration, we said thank you and farewell to two important people; Peter Howarth, part-time schools’ worker, who completed three positive years with CSWH, and Roger Mitchell, chair of CSWH and involved since the genesis of the work in 2001.

 

We owe a huge debt of thanks for their respective contributions and in Roger’s case, we will attempt to carry on the many achievements made through his unstinting commitment to enable the young people of Hastings and St. Leonards to know about the life-changing impact of a relationship with Jesus Christ. We thank God for each of them and pray for the next steps in their walk with the Lord.

 

We welcome Lucy’s new part-time worker, Sarah Brunton, as she begins her new role. As the new chair of CSWH Management Committee (the group of people who oversee and support the workers and the work), I look forward to engaging with you as you support our work. Tom Collins.