Over 80 people gathered at Parkside for a Thanksgiving Service for the life of Myrtle Gomm.
The service was chaired by Victor Michael who began by welcoming all those who had gathered, including some from St Mark’s Nursing Centre.
Victor began by quoting from Proverbs 31, using The Message translation and picked out certain verses, linking them to Myrtle’s life.
The opening hymn was Glory, glory everlasting and after the hymn, Ken Hill opened in prayer, particularly giving thanks for Myrtle’s life and remembering those who mourn her.
Myrtle’s niece, Heather Evans then read from Psalm 23. Continue reading “Thanksgiving Service for Myrtle Gomm – 5 June 2014”