As part of the Tenth Anniversary of EPIC

PUBLISHED: 12:26 21 July 2006 | UPDATED: 10:31 06 May 2010

(European Partners in Christ) a Charity supported by members of St Peter s Church and others in Arlesey; John Iancis and his wife Fivi from Cluj in Romania, stayed with Penny and Ray Tye during last week. John, a Baptist Pastor, has been responsible for

(European Partners in Christ) a Charity supported by members of St Peter's Church and others in Arlesey; John Iancis and his wife Fivi from Cluj in Romania, stayed with Penny and Ray Tye during last week. John, a Baptist Pastor, has been responsible for setting up many new Churches in his region of Romania, and Fivi were made welcome to St Peter's Church last Thursday evening with a short Service, at which John preached, followed by a meal. On Friday, a party from St Peter's Church took John and Fivi to Ely to look around the Cathedral and the town, with a visit to the chapel of Friar Crudance a special visual treat. On Saturday Penny and Ray then took John and Fivi to the celebrations held in Suffolk; the headquarters of EPIC.

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