WMC: July 2018
Tuesday Afternoon House Group
During June we studied the book of Jonah in line with Bible Month. Keith led the third session for us.
In July we will break for the summer after our Day for Quiet Reflection at the Convent on 17th July and in August we will only meet the first Tuesday for the Monthly Prayer Meeting.
3rd July We will study the book of Philemon — Mending Fractured Relationships. This meeting includes the Monthly Prayer Meeting
10th July We will look at a Study Session entitled "Why Religion?"
17th July A Day for Quiet Reflection at St Mary's Convent
24th July No Meeting
31st July No Meeting
7th August We meet for the Monthly Prayer Meeting and Afternoon Tea.
We begin again after our Summer Break on 4th September.
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 e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org or talk to me at Church.
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