Webteam: November 2017
On 16 November Revd. Bryan Yardy, together with his wife Sue, paid a visit to the Isle of Man, meeting with Ministers, Staff and Members of the Northern Church Families over the course of the following weekend.
We are delighted that they have now accepted our invitation to serve the Churches in the north of the Island from next September.
Both Bryan and Sue showed true devotion to the Church, as they forfeited two tickets for Strictly Come Dancing at Blackpool.
We are delighted to have found such a perfect match for our Island community and very much look forward to welcoming both Bryan and Sue.
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