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An evening on Prayer Ministry

Rev George Moody will be leading an evening on Prayer Ministry at Grove Parish Church.

Wednesday 14th June from 8:00 to 9:30 pm

St John's rooms, Grove Parish Church

"An evening exploring the practice of prayer ministry: looking at some principles in how to pray for someone who asks for prayer, considering some advice on how to look after yourself when praying for another individual, and getting down to some practice by praying for each other."

All welcome — this event is for anyone interested in prayer ministry from St John's Church or any of the members of Wantage and Grove Church Partnership.

You do not need to be involved in any kind of prayer ministry to attend. Refreshments will be served.

The evening is free — places must be booked.

To make your booking please email office@valebenefice.org.uk

Or by phone on 01235 771479. Office Hours 10-12 Mon — Fri.

Please book your place by Tuesday 6th June.

Places may be available after that but it would help to know numbers in advance.

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