In the light of the Covid-19 restrictions, some members of the church family have opted to send virtual Chruistmas greetings and make a donation to charity rather than send out Christmas cards this year. These greetings are shown below.
Osi and Joy Anyaegbunam: Thank you to all the Church family members who prayed for us and sent encouraging cards to us at this difficult time. We wish you peace, joy and God's blessings this Christmas and throughout the coming year. Yours in Christ, Osi and Joy
Frances Douglas sends her good wishes to you all for the best Christmas you are able to have, and good health for the New Year.
Annalina Hall write: “Wishing
all our church family God's Blessing, Peace and Joy this Christmas and
throughout the New Year."
Dorothy Henneman wishes
you and your loved ones a blessed and joyful Christmas.
Ken and Wendie Mears say: “A Merry Christmas and a Happy
New Year” to all of you connected to our Church in Byfleet and we hope and pray
that in these troubled times this wish can be fulfilled for you.
Laurie and Pippa Repath have sent a Christmas
card which reads:“To all at Byfleet Methodist Church, Blessings at Christmas,
With our warmest greetings and best wishes for 2021”
Starkey family “would like to wish all the Byfleet Church
family a merry and blessed Christmas and a happy and safe new year”.
Paul and Cathy Vodden wish everyone the best possible Christmas and a much better 2021,
Wadsworth writes:: Wishing all Church Friends a
peaceful Christmas and a happier 2021.
Margaret and Derek Watts send good wishes to
all the Church family for a peaceful and happy Christmas, and a rewarding and
healthy New Year.