WMC: June 2017
Katherine Pickering (the minister from Didcot) came and led our discussion in May.
We played a game created by Christian Aid all about the refugee crisis.
It was fun and very thought-provoking.
This month — June 11th we will be meeting and going on a summer evening's walk — if you are at secondary school and would like to join us you would be more than welcome.
Please give me a ring to find out more details — Jane Kent 765421
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