Stafford Webteam: October 2017
At Trinity Church on Sunday 15th October the Pilots company led the congregation in morning worship and shared in celebration together. The service centred around Feasts and Festivals and encouraged the congregation to think about the reasons we have festivals in the Christian calendar.
Soo Webster, Chair of the Pilots' Management Committee, travelled to worship with Trinity and to award two of Trinity's young people with Pilots long service awards.
Pictured with Soo, is Nathan Mottram who received his 'Master Mariner's award' for over 6 years' loyal service to Trinity Pilots company and his church, alongside Kirsten Reade who received a letter of commendation for 10 years' loyal service to Trinity Pilots company and her church. Both teenagers were unaware that the awards were to be presented during the service so it was a lovely surprise for them!
Pilots is an ecumenical, non-uniformed organisation open to all children and young people. We believe that every child and young person matters. If you are interested in finding out more about Trinity Pilots, please contact Liz Harris at Trinity Church (01785) 223327 or email Trinity Church Office at email@example.com
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