Increasing worship

Following staff team news regarding Emma-Jane, we are delighted to share that Adam Graver will be joining us as a Pastoral Apprentice, with an emphasis on worship and wider ministry, in September, subject to the usual checks. Adam is well known to us at St Peter's having studied for a degree in Theology and Worship at the London School of Theology, alongside Sam Ball. Adam has been on placement at a church local to Northwood and on many occasions has joined us to serve with our worship team, most recently last Sunday in our 1030 and Overflow congregations. We appreciate his spirit, gifts and sensitivity to the Holy Spirit will be a blessing to us in continuing pursuit of worship as part of our mission and ministry. Adam says, "I have really enjoyed my visits to St Peter's over the last three years. I can't wait to join the St Peter's and St Paul's family and look forward to working together, growing in heart worship and helping to see God's Kingdom increase in our community." Please join with the staff team in making Adam feel welcome into our family at St. Peter's and St. Paul's, as we continue to grow in God's goodness as disciples of Jesus!

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