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What are you doing this hot Monday evening?

It's a very hot Monday evening, and I've just returned home, having spent an hour or so at the Kerith Centre - boy it was busy! Two Courses running (thanks for putting up with the REAL interruptions!) plus the Band and Tech team were rehearsing, and the creative girls were making and creating - it was full of life; and all for REAL, which is next week!!!!!

If only you too could have heard the worship *, seen our wonderful volunteer teams working hard, been part of the chat and the making - it was such a good, real and spiritual place to be, as women reminisced about past REALs, or how they came to be at Kerith, or shared stories as they worked.

The effort is all for you girls - to create a vibrant environment where you can relax and connect with your Father. Where you can feel at home, and looked after, expected and anticipated by us. Where you have no responsibilities and can freely give yourselves to worshipping the King of Kings. Where we come together as women who are believers - who believe not just in Jesus, but wholeheartedly believe Him.

Can't wait to spend REAL2017 with you - see you full of expectation on the evening of Friday 30/06/17! 
If you've not yet committed to buying your ticket, head over to our webiste, and whilst there why not buy one for a friend or purchase a sponsored ticket? God is good and we want to share that good news - we're believing for salvations and for many more women to join us.

* Worship at REAL is always a highlight - checkout the playlist on Spotify (REAL2017 beccahall17)


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