Janet Langley: January 2018
On Saturday 27 January, Clive Parry, who works for the Circuit at Ashingford, is holding a 'Prayers & Pies' evening. It is another of Ashingford's famous 'meeting and eating' occasions, led by Clive.
At 'Prayers & Pies', two Christian chefs (friends of Clive) will give their testimonies. They will offer an insight into what it's like being a Christian in a busy, high-class restaurant. After a question and answer session, there will be a variety of mouth-watering pies to taste. Yum!
If you can't make 'Prayers & Pies' look out for 'Faith & Fondue' — date to be advised.
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