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|Anna Laycock 18/09/17 consecutive booklet|| Prayer Diary – October 2017
The October Prayer Diary focuses on Warwick and Leamington deanery.
Please find attached two versions of the Prayer Diary. The consecutive format is recommended for displaying on a computer screen, or printing for home use; the booklet format is recommended for printing a double-sided booklet.
You can also download the Prayer Diary from the diocesan website. We aim to publish it on or before the 20th day of the preceding month (although it is sometimes delayed).
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|Anna Laycock 22/09/17|| News Story – New Christian Business Leaders Initiative
The Diocese recently had a conversation with the Revd James Holden, a self-supporting distinctive deacon who is working as Bishop Christopher’s envoy to business. In particular, the diocese wanted to find out more about a new pilot scheme called the Bishop’s Missional Business Community (BMBC) that James is launching on October 18th at St Michael’s Centre, Budbrooke, just a stone’s throw away from Warwick Parkway rail station.
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Website: Diocesan Website
|Ryan Finnegan 18/09/17 Poster|| Tastelife Eating Disorder Course
If you are breaking free from an eating disorder or if someone you care about is struggling with an eating disorder then you may find it helpful to go along to the next tastelife course and join them for teaching, discussion, stories of recovery and tools for life.
The next course runs for 8 sessions on Monday evenings, beginning on 9 October in the Kenilworth area. It is open to sufferers and supporters. Free/£40 donation per person for the course. For more information please see the attached poster. You can also email Di Archer or visit their website using the links below.
Website: www.tastelifeuk.org Email: email@example.com
|Anna Laycock 18/09/17|| News Story – Get involved with Warwick Poppies 2018
A campaign to gather thousands of handmade poppies to make a fitting tribute to those who lost their lives in the First World War has been launched at St Mary’s Collegiate Church in Warwick. Set up by a small group of St Mary’s congregation members, the year-long Warwick Poppies 2018 project aims to gather as many poppies as possible to create a stunning display throughout October and November 2018 to commemorate one hundred years since the end of the First World War.
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Website: Diocesan Website
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