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CREATIVE WORKSHOPS on the Book of JONAH

The Pathway, Middleton Methodist Church at Middleton-in-Teesdale DL12 0SH

Wednesday & Thursday 18th/19th July 2018 from 10 am to 4 pm on each day.

The Creative Workshops offer an opportunity to explore the themes of the Book of Jonah through painting and drawing, clay-work, meditative colouring, poetry and prose, song writing and photography.

There is no charge for the workshops; but donations will be invited for materials used and for refreshments.

You and members of your congregations are welcome to join us.

You are welcome to forward this information to others who may be interested.

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