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Saturday 1st February at Trinity Methodist Church, Middlesbrough, TS5 4JS

10 am — 4pm.

We have Dr Rachel Starr is our Keynote Speaker. Rachel is the Methodist Tutor in Biblical Studies at Queens Foundation and will also be running a Bible Study workshop during the day. Rachel has written the material for the resource book — so she will offer much knowledge and insight!

Throughout the day there will be workshops to choose from: Gail Hunt on using the book of Ruth in an intergenerational setting, Anne Offler will be putting on a Messy Church session based on Ruth with lots of fun, fellowship and food and Christopher Wood Archer will be offering tips on how best to use Ruth for preaching.

The day is being designed not just for minsters, local preachers and worship leaders but we have planned it with children, youth and family workers in mind as well as folk within your congregation who might like to dig a bit deeper into the Bible and think more theologically. So please do think about folk who you know might be interested and pass on the info!

We are charging £10 for the day which covers lunch and the cost of the resources book.

We ask that folk book in advance through our Eventbrite page: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/bible-month-2020-tickets-84102455709

 

If you have any queries please don't hesitate to be in touch.

Fiona Fidgin | Regional Learning and Development Officer

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