WMC: May 2017
Tuesday Afternoon House Group
In April we concluded this year's York Lent Course Receiving Christ.
The group found this a very rewarding study and much discussion took place. We will be taking a further look at this study later. In Holy Week we visited St. Mary's Convent and Sister Phoebe accompanied us round the Stations of the Cross.
To end the month Keith talked to us on the Jack Reacher approach to Evangelism.
The details of the May dates are as follows:
2nd May — We conclude our study of the The Vice President's Address to Conference. This meeting includes the Monthly Prayer Meeting.
9th May — Session 1 Lent Course: Receiving Christ as children of God: John 1:1-14
15th May — Session 2 Lent Course Receiving Christ in the stranger and the needy: James 2:1-4 and 14-17 Please note the meeting is on Monday this week only
23rd May — Session 3 Lent Course: Receiving Christ in Holy Communion: 1 Corinthians 11:23-28
30th May — No meeting — School holiday
We are having another Quiet Day on 11 July at St. Mary's Convent. The day starts at 9:45 am and ends at 3:30 pm. The cost is £16 which includes the use of the facilities there, morning coffee, lunch and afternoon tea and cake.
Libby Bolton will lead us in two short reflections, one in the morning and one in the afternoon, following on from our Bible Month study of James. If you are interested in joining us talk to me (Eileen Rennie) and I will give you full details.
As always we can assure you of a very warm welcome if you would like to join us for any of our meetings. Eileen 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 Eileen Rennie by telephone on 01235 224284 or email: email@example.com
or talk to her at Church.
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