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By Arena Webteam - 8th July 2018 9:13am
During the June Caf├ę Church the congregation were asked to provide a list of their favourite hymns, which it is hoped will be included in future services. Two of these will be included in July's Service (11am on 8th July).
Do you find the bible daunting , difficult to read, navigate and understand? You are not on your own! Then come to Cafe Church! At the July Cafe Church, we will be looking into the Bible's origins, who wrote it and why, what it contains and how to find your way around. A small booklet has also been compiled as a brief user guide to keep, which will be available at both services so don't worry if you miss the first one!
At the August service (12th August), there will be an opportunity to look in more depth at the various elements which make up the Bible, such as Letters, Gospels, Parables and Psalms.
There will also be a special collection to raise money for the 'Bible Society' to provide Bibles to the developing world and countries with suppressed religious freedoms.
So please come along and join in. You'll be made most welcome and you can also enjoy the delicious coffee and cake on offer!
Meet friends old and new and enjoy some social time, whilst growing closer to God!
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