WOW! Wonder of Worship - A Training Day

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Date and Time: Saturday 23 March: 10am — 3pm
Venue: Watton-at-Stone Methodist Church, High Street, Watton-at-Stone, SG14 3SY

We are delighted to announce that we are running a training day for Local Preachers, Worship Leaders and anyone else who would like to attend.

Entitled "WOW! — Wonder of Worship" there will be two workshops focusing on two 'fresh expressions' that are enriching the life of the church — Godly Play & Cafe Church (with tea and cake!)

So why not come along for an interactive day of fun and fellowship and learn everything you've ever wanted to know about Godly Play and Cafe Church...

Cost: Just £ 5.00 which includes tea and cake, but you'll need to bring a packed lunch.

To book your place:
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