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Saturday 1st February- Word and Worship is back!

Have you seen Kerith's latest e-reveal?

As Simon said on his blog earlier this week "To keep up to date with all the events and courses running at Kerith Community Church the Communication team are launching eReveal. This is an interactive email will be sent to you monthly with dates and times of our regular courses and one off events coming soon to Kerith. There will be links to the website, allowing you access to the relevant pages to find more information and sign up for courses easily.

The first one of these went out at the beginning of January. If you are already in our CCB* system you should have received the first one. If you're on CCB and didn't get it then try checking your spam folder - that's where mine ended up! If you aren't on CCB then you can sign up here, or follow the link on the ‘What’s on’ page of our kerith website."

Cool hey? So do please take a moment to sign up on CCB (*CCB stands for Church Community Builder – an online tool to connect with others in our church. If you're new to Kerith CCB or have forgotten your password, register a request to join (it takes about a week for us to process these). There are easy to use instructions and your privacy is guaranteed. Please read more and sign up here.)

On e-Reveal you'll notice that Word and Worship is back!

At Kerith we are really passionate about gathering together to worship and hear God's Word preached to us. Word and Worship is now an integral part of the Unique ministry for just this reason. Put the date in your diary, invite your friends and make your plans to be with us. There is normally a small cost for refreshments that are included in the ticket price. You can get hold of tickets via your site reception or on the day.

The dates for 2014 are:

Saturday 1st February, 10am-12pm
Saturday 22nd March, 10am-12pm
Saturday 10th May, 10am-12pm

I'm excited that we'll be gathering together again. We do need some more help in planning February's Word and Worship, and also in putting it on, and of course telling your friends about it!

If you can help in any way, please contact me at catrina.benham@kerith.co.uk

 

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