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Wednesday Worship

On Wednesday evenings at Aiskew Methodist Church 7pm

June 10th. Prayer & Praise — 'Prayer and Praise' at Aiskew Methodist Church this evening, 7pm. A time of refreshment, fellowship, prayer, praise and connecting with God. You will be made very welcome
June 17th. Healing Prayer Space A time of guided prayer for those we wish to pray for- you don't have to pray out loud

June 24th. Make a banner — we hope to produce a banner to be in church when we become one congregation- don't wear your best clothes....

July 1st. Quiet Space
8th Prayer & Praise
15th Healing Prayer Space
22nd. To be decided — possibly finish the banner
29th. Burning Issue/study- if there is a fifth Wednesday in the month we shall gather over a coffee to discuss any burning issues that are making the headlines — or not making the headlines as the case maybe.

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