WMC: May 2017
QUIET DAY at St. MARY'S CONVENT WANTAGE
11th July 2017
The Tuesday House Group are having another Quiet Day and you are invited to join us. The Title for the day is "Living for the Lord". The day starts at 9.45 a.m. and ends at 3.30 p.m. Libby Bolton will again lead our thoughts for the day which will be based on the Book of James following our study during Bible Month. The Morning Reflection from Libby is "Listening and Hearing" and the Afternoon Reflection is "Speaking and Doing". Registration is from 9.30 — 9.45. The cost is £16 which includes the use of the facilities there, Morning Coffee, Soup with Bread Roll, Fresh Fruit Platter Lunch and Afternoon Tea and Cake. Eucharist is at 10.00 a.m. There will be Quiet Time after the morning and afternoon reflections. Sext is at 12.25, Lunch at 12.45. You are of course free to spend the day entirely on your own if that is your wish, but please advise me if this is your intention. Nearer the day I will issue a detail of times and events to all those attending.
If you are interested in joining us please contact me as soon as possible either at Church, by telephone 01235 224284 or mobile 07866 439442 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. and I will give you any further details you require. Please may I have payment by 25th June. (Eileen Rennie)
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