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Happy Friday - the Weekend Starts here!

Hi Friends, Hope you've had a good week? How are you getting on with this week's memory verse?
"Therefore go and make disciples of all nations, baptising them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit" - Matt 28:19
I've really enjoyed receiving and reading the daily emails  from the textsforlife blog - they are all so encouraging!
This Sunday  Michael Ross-Watson will be preaching on the next memory verse in both the 9am and 11am meetings - you're going to want to be there! If you can manage to also come back to Kerith at 7pm, we've got Peter Scazzero speaking. What a great day ahead, and a wonderful opportunity for God to speak to us, changing us from the inside out, as only He can do.

Just a reminder that it's The Sound of Music Singalong Movie next Saturday 4th February! So come and get your tickets from Kerith reception this Sunday - only £2.50 each, to cover the refreshments. Remember, it's purely a fun event for gathering women and building friendships, so who can you invite and bring along? Perhaps you'll extend the event by going out for a drink or a meal with
your friends afterwards?

Perhaps you'll bring along a prop or a costume?
Here's a website with some dressing up ideas - but only for those who want to - it's absolutely fine to come along "as you are" too!!!!


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