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Word and Worship Brunch this Saturday

Are you coming?

Have you got your ticket?

Can you help?

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It's come round really quickly hasn't it? Word and Worship Brunch is this Saturday 10-12.

 

With bacon rolls, fresh fruit and hot and cold drinks; awesome worship and a great life message from the Bible; time together with friends and with God. It's going to be so good. I really hope you'll be there too?

 

So there's still time this week to join in - whether that's buying your ticket, helping on the morning or coming along on Tuesday to pray (or all three!)

Here's how...

Make your plans, buy your ticket (pop into Kerith reception 9.30-5 this week, or call 01344 862699) and see which of your friends are coming too.

If you'd like to help in anyway (serve coffee, be the welcome team, help in the car park, tidy up afterwards...) we'd love to hear from you - please email me catrina.benham@kerith.co.uk

We've booked the prayer room, to pray for the Word and Worship event from 8-9pm on Tuesday evening so pop along if you're able to . Its a wonderful space, and it will be great to pray for God's blessing and leading for the brunch and for all those coming on Saturday.

 

(No pressure with any of these opportunities we're inviting you to join in - honestly! I just want you to know that you are invited x )

 

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