Janet Langley: February 2018
This year's ecumenical Lent Course in Whippleswick runs over five Wednesday evenings between 21 February and 21 March. All meeting are in the Blenkinsop Room at Central and each begins at 7.30 pm. This year's course is entitled: 'Reflections on the cross' and explores different understandings of atonement. Meetings include devotions and discussion and each week a display of Christian iconography illustrates the theme. Hot cross buns are served at the end of each meeting.
For further information, contact the Rev'd Janet Langley.
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