Advent Quiet Day

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On Friday 9th December Warboys Methodist Church are hosting an Advent Quiet Day. The day starts at 10.00am and is expected to finish at 3.00pm.

This is an opportunity to join in fellowship to quietly reflect on Advent and its true meaning.

You are asked to bring a packed lunch but tea and coffee will be provided.

Whilst the event is free, a donation of around £5.00 would be welcome.

To book your place at this event please contact the Circuit Office by telephone on 01480 454979 (please leave a message on the answerphone if the office is closed) or by email at: snhmcc@outlook.com ideally by 1st December.

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