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Last Sunday to buy your tickets for Word and Worship!


Between 10 and 12 on Saturday morning, 11th May  we’ll enjoy a light Brunch of bacon rolls and fruit kebabs, then spend time together as women, with a Bible message, worshipping, talking and praying.
Please plan to come along with a friend for a relaxing, friendly, and inspiring morning together.

This Sunday is your last opportunity to buy your Ticket!
They are £2.50 and are available in advance from the Kerith reception.

Whether you came along and enjoyed the last Word and Worship in February, or you have never been to a Unique event before, you’re invited, and  I’d really love to see you there.

In this final week, lets get inviting!
Would you please encourage others to come along too?

Drinks and a yummy Bacon roll, plus fresh fruit  will be ready for you when you arrive at 10, so you have time to chat and enjoy being together, ready for the official programme to start at 10.30 with worship. I’m working on a message about how each generation of women has much to both teach and learn from the others, and I’m really praying that through my words, God will speak to each of us individually.
 
I really hope you can join us on 11th, for what will be the final Word and Worship for a while, as we take a break to concentrate efforts on Multisite, and building the church in Bracknell and in Sandhurst.
We’re planning the whole event for you, so all you have to do is
spread the word,
show up,
and let us bless you busy ladies!

Looking forward to seeing you  x

 

 
 

 

 

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