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It's a Beautiful Day

Wow wow wow! We had a great time on Saturday didn't we?
Mamma Mia was such fun - I seriously loved singing along -and especially Dancing Queen at the end, when all us girls were up and dancing!
So, thanks for coming along, for bringing your friends and for singing along! Well done too to those brave girls who sang and danced on the stage - and not a drop of alcohol was needed! Great to see women of all ages together just enjoying each others company and having fun together. Thanks too to all those involved in the planning and behind the scenes - we couldn't have done it without you!

Everyone who came to Mamma Mia took away an invitation to Real - the Unique Conference on 3rd July. The beautiful invites are available at the Kerith reception - I'll be handing them out to women at Church on Sunday too. Thanks to the women who have encouraged us greatly by registering already :) It's £20 if you register before May 3rd. So let's get talking about it - inviting others - and registering!  

Lastly, just a reminder that today's the final day for completing the Reveal survey. If (mmm...like me!) you still haven't got round to doing it, then please find some time today . So whether you are "part of the furniture" at Kerith, if you call it your home, or if you've just started coming, your voice and opinion is needed!
Thanks :) You can take part in the survey by following this link from the Kerith website.

Whatever you're doing, and  wherever you are today, enjoy this beautiful day - God's gift to us.
"God's amazing grace be with you! God's robust peace!" 1 Thess 1 v 1

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