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REAL news: Praying / Teenagers / evening Tickets

Well here we go girls, the countdown week until REAL!

Parcels have already started arriving...tonight lights are being installed....plans are being finalised, and we're all getting excited.

SO, some info for you....

Firstly, we have the Prayer room booked from 7-9pm Monday night to pray for REAL. This session is open to anyone who would like to pray for REAL. Lisa O'Brien is there to inspire and lead us to pray, so feel free to buzz the doorbell and come up anytime between 7 and 9 to join in for whatever time you have available. It's going to be fantastic to join hearts and prayers, as together we seek God for His blessing, His presence, His power - that all women coming to REAL would know His love for them!

Secondly, are you a teen or twenty (something) ? If so, YOU ARE INVITED to a special (free) event just for you, during the 5-7.30pm dinner break on Saturday. Organised by Emily O'Neil and her friends, here's her invitation : For all teenage girls & girls in their twenties coming to REAL, you are invited to dinner in K2 from 5-7:30 on Saturday 28th June during the dinner break at REAL! It is a chance to eat, talk, build friendships & have a question and answer time with a couple of fabulous guests! Consider your dinner plans for the Saturday sorted. Enjoy! Catch Emily, Rebecca or Angharad for more details (you'll see them on Facebook!)

 

Lastly (bedtime soon and this is going to be a busy week!) we're excited to announce that we are making available Evening Only tickets for both the Friday and Saturday nights. Priced at just £5 they are available on the door.

 

 

We don't want anyone to miss out, and we'd love to fill the place - so please invite your neighbour, sister, friend to all or some of REAL (don't let finance be a barrier) - and tell the teenagers and twenties about their special invite - and that REAL's for them too!

As we roll into this final week friend, I am praying for you.

Romans 15:13. (NIV)

May the God of hope fill you with all joy and peace as you trust in him, so that you may overflow with hope by the power of the Holy Spirit.

 

 

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