WMC: February 2018
Tuesday Afternoon House Group
During January we watched the final DVD from the Bible Study Sessions led by Paul Smith at ECG this year, "Jesus in the Bloodstream" and made a start to a study of the President's Address to Conference.
We also enjoyed an afternoon in discussion with Keith.
On 20th February we will begin our Lent Study using this year's York Lent Course which is entitled "On the Third Day". If you would like to join us for this study, please let me know if you would like me to order you a copy of the booklet.
The details of the February dates are as follows:
6th We continue our study of the President's Address to Conference. This meeting includes the Monthly Prayer Meeting.
13th No meeting — School holiday
20th Lent Study: Session 1: Have I got news for you!
27th Lent Study: Session 2: So what? The implications of the Resurrection
As always we can assure you of a very warm welcome if you would like to join us for any of our meetings. I would be delighted to talk to you if you would like to find out more about this group. We meet at 50 Warmans Close from 1:30 to 3:15 pm. You can contact me (Eileen Rennie) by telephone on 01235 224284 or email: email@example.com or talk to me at Church.
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