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Captivating

Coming very soon ... a new, 10 week course for women based on the book Captivating, by John and Stasi Eldredge.


Wednesday evenings from 21st April in the Kerith Centre.
The earlybird cost is £20 if you book before 20th March , rising to £25 from 21st March.
Places are limited to 50 so book soon! 

Each evening will start with refreshments. We will be watching a DVD of Satsi and her friends as they discuss the topics in the book Captivating. A 20-30 minute quiet time is built into the evening where each woman will have the opportunity to spend time alone with God.

I'm delighted to tell you that the course is led by Val and Heather, two godly, caring and passionate women. They are so excited to be able to bring this course to the women of Kerith, saying:
"All we can say is that this course had so much impact on us that, although we are not “upfront” people we feel so compelled to facilitate this course so that other women can delight in the assurance of God’s unending love for our souls."


You can email val.pocock@kerith.co.uk or call 01344 862699 for more information..or chat to them at the information table in reception  this Sunday at Church, where you can also book yourself onto the course.

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