Christ the Beginning and the End - A study day

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Christ the Beginning and the End

A day of  theological exploration for preachers and others, led by Rev Dr Neil Richardson.
Revd Dr Neil Richardson was tutor in New Testament Studies and Principal of Wesley College, Bristol. He served as president of British Methodist Conference in 2003-4.

  • Date: Saturday March 28th
  • Venue: Yeadon Methodist Church Chapel Hill, Yeadon, Leeds LS19 7RG
  • Time: 10:00am — 4:00pm Coffee from 10:00am, programme to start at 10.30am
     
    The day is free and open to all. Donations are invited to defray expenses. Bring a packed lunch. Drinks will be provided throughout the day.

Please book your place via Mike Fawcett, Circuit Administrator, admin@wandamethodists.org.uk tel: 07885 585946

Further information: Vivien Pitts Circuit Steward. vivienpitts69@gmail.com 07814 188823

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