Tricia William has been appointed as a new Methodist Minister in Bexhill.
She said: “In many ways it feels a bit like ‘coming home’ as my husband Dave and I previously lived in Seaford in East Sussex for 31 years and raised our family there. My elderly father lives in Seaford and it will be good for us to be nearer to him,
“Before I became a Methodist minister I combined being a wife and mother with working in various administrative roles in the Education and Personnel departments of East Sussex County Council based at County Hall in Lewes.
“After local preacher training and candidating from the South East District I trained for the ministry with STETS (Southern Theological and Education and Training Scheme) based at Sarum College in Salisbury where, throughout the three years of the course, I worked and studied alongside both Anglican and URC students.
“For the last five years I have been a minister in the St Neots and Huntingdon Circuit in Cambridgeshire with responsibility for five churches – two in St Neots and three in surrounding villages.
“As well as spending time with my family, my leisure interests include gardening, walking and cycling. From an early age I enjoyed music and I sing with a local choir and like to relax by playing piano.”
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