Remembering Revd Dr John Taylor 1937 – 2020

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John’s son Andrew writes, “We have had a number of requests for information about thanksgiving services and donations. Obviously, any organisation of a thanksgiving service is pointless at the moment and will have to wait until lockdown is completely over, which we suspect will be sometime. We would however, like to give people the opportunity to make a donation to my father’s chosen charities, Birmingham Crisis Centre and Macmillan and have set up an online page through which donations can be made.”

The link is https://john-brian-taylor.muchloved.com

You can contribute with a donation, a virtual candle or a story. You can also upload photos or videos of John if you have them. Thank you in advance for all your contributions. All funds raised will go towards the two charities most dear to John’s heart.

1 thought on “Remembering Revd Dr John Taylor 1937 – 2020

  1. Caroline Buckler

    I have been reading Rev Dr John Taylor’s book and enjoying it. I am a close friend of Jean Long from Mumbles Methodist. I did write to John when I first started reading the book as I have so many links – my dad and brother’s names J B Taylor, my mother’s name, Margaret and my young brother Nicholas. It is with some sadness that I heard of John’s death. I would be grateful if someone can let me have details of the thanksgiving service. Many thanks
    Caroline Buckler Mumbles Methodist Local Preacher. 01792 361190

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