Kim Trinder joins us on placement

My name is Kim Trinder and I live up the hill in Bisley, where I worship at All Saints’ Church. My family have lived in and around Bisley for over two hundred years and we feel firmly rooted there.

I am married and have two teenage children, three cats, two dogs and some chickens. (I was brought up on a farm and some part of me would still like that life!) I am a primary teacher, although I have stopped working to focus on my training as an Ordained Minister.

The plan is for me to remain at Bisley as a self-supporting part-time Minister. I am therefore really keen to immerse myself as much as possible in your worshipping community, to get a feel of a different church family, in another locality.  I am really grateful to have this opportunity; I should love to think I will get to know lots of new people but realise there will be limitations with the restrictions COVID-19 places upon us at this time.

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