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By Arena Webteam - 5th April 2018 9:58pm
This Month's Café Church at St. Bart's (11am on 8th April) is on the subject of 'Partnerships.'
The Cafe Church team will discuss how partnerships are sometimes overlooked and how they have worked in the Christian Church in both the past and the present day. Partnerships are not only between people but can also be in business and between countries.
During the interval, people will be asked to come up with some ideas of both successful and unsuccessful partnerships and possible reasons for this. There will also be a reflection of partnerships in the bible and how these can be interpreted along with some bible references.
The hymns will be 'As the Deer Pant For the Water' and '10,000 Reasons' and the morning will end with 'Let There be Love' by Nat King Cole — a fitting ending!
If you've not tried Cafe Church before or have not been for a while, please feel free to drop by this Sunday at 11.00am, you'll be made most welcome!
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