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June study Course.

Starting on Thursday 7th June, there will be a five-week study course looking at some of the themes that have been indentified as being common to churches that are growing. These have been highlighted in the report booklet on our Church "Away Day at Home".

We will be meeting at church for this study group, beginning at 9:30am for around 90 minutes.

The dates are as below
Thursday 7th June
Thursday 14th June
Thursday 28th June
Thursday 5th July
Thursday 12th July

If you'd like to join in, for all or just some of the course, please let Keith or the Stewards know ASAP.

Thank you.

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