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The Power & the Story Training Days — for Preachers (and any other interested people!)

  • "Engaging"
  • "Much more interesting than I ever expected"
  • "Thought-Provoking"
  • "Inspiring"
  • "Excellent!"

Some of the feedback after "The Power and the Story — Part 1
From a Man to a People" the first of a series of study days for those seeking a fresh perspective of discipleship through revisiting the Old Testament.

Our next session -- Becoming a Nation will be led by Revd David Wood, former tutor at York St. John University and Hartley Victoria College, Dean of The West Midlands Ministerial Training Course, and Senior Methodist Tutor for the Queen's Foundation in Birmingham. on Saturday November 19th at Yeadon Methodist Church

All sessions are 10:00am for 10:30am to 4.00pm. Please bring a packed lunch. Tea and coffee will be supplied. Course fee £5 per session, payable on the day.

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