World Church Consultation (25 Feb)

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Gerubu Heights
Kenya
Central, Whippleswick

The Circuit World Church Consultation in February will have a Kenyan theme. The evening begins, at 7.00 pm, with a meal featuring a number of Kenyan delicacies. An illustrated talk will follow, exploring the history of the Church in Kenya. Once supper is digested there will be the opportunity to take part in some challenging, all-age role-play games. Worship will bring the evening to a close.

The Consultation is on Saturday 25 February and is being hosted by Central Methodist Church, Whippleswick. On display in Central will be a variety of items from Gerubu Heights, including recent newsletters. To book a place at the Consultation, contact Theresa Scott.

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