WMC: June 2018
A DAY FOR QUIET REFLECTION — 17th July 2018
Eileen has booked St. Mary's Convent for this date. The topic for the day is Jonah following on from Bible Month.
The day is from 9:30 am. to 3:30 pm. We will begin the day joining the Sisters for the Eucharist Service.
Libby Bolton will lead a short morning and afternoon session for us.
There will be free time for you to spend as you wish.
The cost for the day is £20 which includes morning tea/coffee and biscuits, a two-course lunch, afternoon tea/coffee and cake and the use of the facilities.
You are, of course, free to spend the entire day as you wish. If you would like to come please will you let Eileen know as soon as possible and definitely by 24th June.
She also requires any dietary requirements.
A detailed programme for the day will be issued. If you would like any further information meantime please contact Eileen Rennie by telephone (01235 224284), by email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or talk to her at Church.
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