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ECG 2017(3)

A fantastic five days of fellowship, worship and teaching!

For five days after Easter, three of us from the circuit joined with over 1000 Christians of all ages as we took part in the ECG Christian Conference held at the Scarborough Spa.

This year ECG celebrated being 10 years old.

Through great worship and inspired Bible study we explored how we can be infused by God's spirit, stirred by mission, encouraged by unity and inspired by the word.

The teaching and worship there help you to relook at what God is calling you to do and there are opportunities to explore new resources and to exchange ideas with fellow Christians.

Why not come and try out ECG next year? ECG 2018 is entitled Unrestricted Access.

Go to ecgevent.org.uk for more information.

The sooner you book the cheaper the price.

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