Open the Book - Storyteller Day

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Diocese of Durham is very excited to announce that Bob Hartman will be their special guest at their Durham storyteller day, presenting his wonderful stories from the Lion Storyteller Bible and some of the new Open the Book Christian values material.

They're also planning a time of sharing with you and want to give you time to have your questions answered. Don't forget to bring your Lion Storyteller Bible along as Bob will be having a book-signing session! There will also be a book stall where you can purchase Bob's books.

Bob has always proved very popular so they've chosen a large venue. However, please do book early, as places will fill up quickly.

Venue: All Saints Church, Carr House Drive, Newton Hall, Durham, DH1 5LT
Date: Wednesday 7 March 2018
Time: Registration and refreshments from 9.30am, start at 10am and close by 3pm
Car parking: Ample free parking
Cost: Free to attend, donations welcomed towards the work of Open the Book
How to book your place:

Ring or email Kate Martin, Administrator Mission and Ministry Support on 0191 3746017 or kate.martin@durham.anglican.org.

Lunch: Tea and coffee provided, please bring a packed lunch

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