Rev. Richard Atkinson: October 2019
You are invited to a Bible Study course with a difference, designed to help us gain a greater understanding of how to handle our sacred text. Ideal for those who feel they should be reading the Bible but it is all too confusing, as well as those looking to enhance their awareness.
No knowledge assumed, all questions welcome!
The evening date this month is Wed Oct 30th, 7.30pm in the Welcome Space. The next afternoon one will be on Nov 6th at 2pm.
The group were given some 'homework', so if anyone else is hoping to come, please contact Richard about the exercise the group have been asked to complete.
Richard's contact details are: Tel. 01296 339899 or email@example.com,
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