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Together We're Amazing

 
We had a great time at the Quiz last night - thank you to Ruth, Adam and all the team involved who worked hard to put on such an enjoyable event for over 100 women. There was a great atmosphere, and lots of the women who came along were new to Kerith. I was so chuffed to see that lots of Kerith women hosted tables full of their family, neighbours and friends from work and school that they had invited to the Quiz.
Together we tried to recognise songs from their intros, or when they were played backwards (!). We answered General Knowledge, or Film and TV related questions. Our table didn't win, but we had a great time chatting, singing, having fun together and eating and drinking - it really was a fun night!
 
Whether you came last night or not, I hope you've picked up one of our new Unique postcards?
It's got details of  the Unique women's events and groups going on at Kerith.
 
Whatever the event, whether you 're answering questions, discussing a book, eating brunch, worshipping, listening to a preach or creating a piece of writing -every event is designed to help women connect with one another, and with God - and that's why we do what we do!
 
Why don't you check out one of the Unique Ministries?
 
So, the next event is the Word and Worship Brunch - note the new time of 10am-12 Saturday 24th November. Tickets are £2.50 , and will be on sale from 4th November. Put the date in your diary now, and plan to be there (invite your friend along too!) x

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