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A Day to Stop, Look and Listen 

A Day to Stop, Look and Listen - Thursday 25 June from 10-3pm

In these extraordinary times, ‘A Day to Stop, Look and Listen’ is an invitation to do just that in the presence of God.  Guided by Regional Ministers Geoff Colmer and Beth Powney, the day will consist of a series of five session with a break for lunch. Each session will begin with a 10- to 15-minute introduction with the rest of the time set aside for you to reflect and pray as you choose. The timing of each session is as follows:

10.00am Session 1 - Stop and look at God
11.00am Session 2 - Look back on your life with God
12.00pm Session 3 - Look and listen for God with all your senses
1.00pm Lunch
1.30pm Session 4 - Look and listen to God in Scripture
2.30pm Session 5 - Look back at the day with God
3.00pm Finish     

You are welcome to attend the whole day or for just a part, though please aim to arrive at the start of one of the sessions to appreciate that session’s guided activity. You will find it helpful to have a Bible and a notebook.

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