Posted: January 2016
Following last year's 'Healthy Churches Review' and the desire to have Bible discussions relevant to today's world, Helen Kirk is continuing last year's programme with new dates for 2016. They are:
|Wed. 2pm||Jan 13||Feb 10||Mar 9||Apr 13|
|Thu 7.30pm||Jan 21||Feb 25||Mar 17||Apr 21|
|Wed 2pm||May 11||June 8||Jul 13|
|Thu 7.30pm||May 19||Jun 16||Jul 14|
The evening sessions mirror the afternoon sessions. Otherwise, each month's study is free-standing. Everyone is welcome for one all of the sessions. The usual format is some input from Helen, followed by discussion in a relaxed, informal atmosphere.
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