Barbara Andrew writes:
THE death notice for the Revd Christopher Fenton (Gazette, 17 June) brought back fond memories of our time in Connington, near Cambridge, where we were living between 1979 and 1981. Christopher lived near by and occasionally helped out at our church.
My late husband and I were among a small group at his house one evening for quiet discussion; we were somewhat apprehensive when he suggested we ended with communion just where we were, sitting in the circle. We had never heard of such a thing, and neither had others in the group. We were even more surprised when he produced earthenware pieces to use as chalice and paten, and pieces of bread; but Christopher inspired trust and was a gentle and reassuring presence, and that evening celebration became a memorable occasion.
May he rest in peace and rise in glory.