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Word and Worship

As I said on Sunday, I'll be giving up my Saturday night "Strictly Come Dancing" fix, to be at Simply Word and Worship at Kerith! Ladies it's 7-30-9-30pm, £2.50 on the door. We have no idea of expected numbers, which makes catering pretty exciting :) but we're hoping for a great evening together with many women of all ages.
We've planned the programme to give space for God and space for us. Space to spend time worshipping. Space to chat to one another. Space to pray and be prayed for. Space to listen without interruptions!
The evening starts with delicious cakes and drinks of coffee, tea and luxurious hot chocolate at 7.30. We've then got half an hour before the worship starts. Take the time to chat with friends; browse the bookshop; and take a look at the Information table, where you can find out more about Activate, Exposition, Fourteen ,Serenje Penpals and Hope For Justice.
From 8-9.15 we'll worship together , I'll bring a message from the Bible, and we'll pray. Then we still have 15 minutes for more chatting before the evening is officially over and we rush back to our homes. It's going to be a wonderful evening.  If you haven't yet got someone to come with, why not simply ask God today to show you who you could ask - you never know who you might end up bumping into! I really hope to see you on Saturday.

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