Posted: November 2016
Our next Good Faith Book Club choice is "Street Angels — the amazing story from binge to better". Written and compiled by founder of Halifax Street Angels and CNI Network, Paul Blakey MBE, the book tells the amazing history of projects across the UK and Europe that are working in local communities and making the difference. It includes mention of our local Aylesbury Street Angels. For where and how to buy a copy click here.
If you would like to listen to or join our discussion of the book, we will be pleased to see you in our church coffee bar on Saturday January 28th. We start at 2pm and are away before 4pm.
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