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326 Women in Bracknell for Womens Conference tonight!

The Stage is set..the Kerith Centre is looking vibrant and pretty...prayer area and shopping areas are up...food is arriving...there's a buzz in the Kerith Centre! So, today's the day that REAL starts! Can't wait for tonight to start - if you are coming for the whole conference you will be able to register when you arrive, receive your programme, find out what seminar you're in etc. If you're just able to pop along for tonight, then come straight in and enjoy the evening on us!
Last night I had the privilege of being in on the worship rehearsal - it sounded amazing! That team have worked so hard and they are sounding good - they are so ready to lead us all to worship Jesus tonight and tomorrow. So come ready and expectant - no distractions, so don't hold back in worshipping our Saviour. Can't wait to hear the sound of over 300 enthusiastic women worshipping!

see you tonight x


PS: Don't forget to join in our social action initiative and buy your feminine hygiene items, or crockery, cutlery and kitchen items . There's a beautiful table set up ready to receive all the gifts!

Comments

Stevie said…
Hi Catrina, can't tell you how disappointed I am that I am not there tonight and all day tomorrow, but truely hope that the one lady that has "my" ticket will be wholly blessed and a life changing experience for her. I will continue to pray and think of you all while I am working and hope that the next one will be more possible for me to be a part of. Well done to you and ALL the Kerith Ladies who have made this possible and the work that has gone into the making of this wonderful event. God will bless you all I am sure and know that hearts will soften, lives will be changed and all for the better in Jesus's name. The biggest hugs go to you all.
Stevie xxxxxxxxx

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