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New Youth Pastor for Kinmylies (Inverness)

 
by (Rev.)  Peter Humphris


anne gunn After nearly two years of searching and advertising, we are delighted to report that following an interview last weekend, which exceeded our expectations, the interviewing panel of six unanimously agreed to offer the post of Youth Pastor in Kinmylies Church to Anne Gunn for three years.

We are further delighted to report that Anne has accepted the offer and hopes to start work with us around the beginning of the new school year in August - probably on Monday 18th August.

Anne is 28 and a fully qualified Primary School teacher from Aberfeldy. She has considerable and varied work experience with young people at home and overseas, and is currently teaching in two schools in North and South Uist. She has a clearly defined call to full time Christian service within the church in Scotland and we believe that she brings many gifts to this new work with young people in Kinmylies.

Please pray for Anne as she makes preparations for finishing her time in Uist, finding accommodation in Inverness, moving, settling in, making new friends and starting work here in August.

We are deeply grateful to the Lord for the way he has led us to this appointment - we had to learn patience - and look forward to seeing all that he has in store for the church and parish over these coming months and years.

Thank you all for your prayer support in this new venture!

Peter Humphris, 24/06/2008

Feedback:
Leo Rose 24/06/2008 21:33
Welcome Anne. We are seeing some fruit amongst youth ministry here in Inverness. Feel free to bring any youth along to the various events/activities which are sponsored through the Christian Youth Centre. Below are two contacts:

Tommie MacKay 01463 234569
Leo Rose 01463 798151

It's all about Jesus!

Oh yeah, hello to you too Peter.
Ibby Maciver (Guest) 27/06/2008 14:29
I'm delighted to know that Anne Gunn has been appointed. Her father is Rev Sandy Gunn, who was predecessor to Bill Wallace in Pulteneytown Parish church in Wick ... and another good man. He has now retired from Aberfeldy C. of S.
Anne "worked" for a while with SU, while she was recovering from M.E. I'm sure she will be a great asset to Kinmylies Parish.
yafeti email:kingjesusbible@ (Guest) 03/06/2010 10:50
shalom peter
hope u are keeping well
good news about the new youth helper, anne
parying for all
yafeti and deirdre

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