Posted: October 2015
Are you free in the town centre this Tuesday afternoon? Would you like to hear of a modern miracle where a bank account was opened for £2.56 that has transformed the lives of hundreds of previously destitute children? Then pop along to the Tuesday Fellowship for 2.30pm and hear about it at first hand. The speaker is church member and Karibuni Trust co-founder Joy Murphy. It's an inspiring and moving story. You can also put your feet up and have a good chinwag over a cuppa. Miracles do happen!
Topics for the next meetings are:
27th October Mrs Alison Watkins — talk
10th November Fellowship Lunch — 12.30pm for 1.00pm
24th November Mrs Marilyn Storer — Stewarding at a Royal Garden Party
December Christmas carols at the church of the Holy Spirit (Date to be arranged)
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