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Men of the Dales
Lads Weekend Away!!
Sneaton Castle Whitby
Fri 3 — Sun 5 March 2017.
Holy Trinity Ripon and All Souls Langham Place's in London have put this weekend together; the hope is that we could connect with other men in other churches to encourage each other and develop fellowship across different Churches. We hope that the weekend will be fun but also a good time of teaching, worship and engaging with what God is doing in North Yorkshire.

The Weekend timetable

FRIDAY 3 March
Arrival & Check in from 6pm
Dinner from 7.30pm
9pm Welcome, Worship and 'Tuning in' to the weekend:
The Lord's Prayer — part 1 (Paul Blackham)
followed by free time

SATURDAY 4 March
8.00am Breakfast
9.30am Worship
10.00am Talk: The Lord's Prayer (pt 2) (Paul)
11.00am Coffee/tea break
11.30am Small group discussion
12.30pm Lunch
followed by free time
4.00pm Afternoon Tea
5.00pm Talk: The Lord's Prayer Pt 3 (Paul)
6.00pm Small group discussion
7.00pm Dinner
8.00pm Optional session (or free time)

SUNDAY 5 March
8.00am Breakfast
9.30am Worship
10.00am Talk: Life In The Lord's Prayer (Paul)
11.00am Coffee/tea break
11.30am Small group discussion
12.00pm Communion Service
1.00pm Lunch
2.00pm Depart

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