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This Wednesday, 17th May at 2.00pm and this Thursday 18th May at 7.30pm, Helen Kirk will be continuing her 2017 Bible Study sessions. This month, the title is, 'How to survive a local church!. So if you are looking for some challenging discussion, some help to understand the nitty gritty of the Bible, or you just want the opportunity to ask all the questions you've never dared to ask, please come along. The meetings will be in the church vestibule and focus on Paul's letter to the church at Philippi, chapter 4, verses 2-9.
Next month, on Wednesday 14th June at 2pm and Thursday 22nd at 7.30pm, the theme is 'caring and sharing', based on verses 10-23 of the same chapter. You don't have to commit to all the sessions. Just come to what you can. All are welcome!

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