The Methodist Church in the Channel Islands has reported seven cases of abuse in its ranks.
They're among more than 2,000 cases across the British Isles brought to light today as part of a major inquiry into historical sexual and physical assault against children and adults since the 1950s.
A total of 21 people from the church in Guernsey and Jersey submitted evidence to the independent panel - among them ministers, former ministers and lay preachers.
The head of the Methodist circuit in the Channel Islands has said the church is profoundly sorry for what happened:
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