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Tuesday Afternoon House Group

In June we studied the Letter of James as part of the Methodist Church initiative of Bible Month.

The details of the July and August dates are as follows:
4th July Receiving Christ: Through Prayer and Fellowship — 1 Peter 5:1-11 This meeting includes the Monthly Prayer Meeting.
11th July Quiet Day — St. Mary's Convent 9:30 am to 3:30 pm
18th July Keith will talk to us.
25th July No meeting
1st August Monthly Prayer Meeting with afternoon tea.

There are no further meetings in August; we begin again on 5th September.

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 pm to 3:15 pm.

You can contact me (Eileen Rennie) by telephone on 01235 224284 or email: m.rennie50@ntlworld.com or talk to me at Church.

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