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Church offering Bible studies for men, women

by Ruth MacLean

WELLINGTON CTY. - Bible Studies for men and women are now underway at Central Pentecostal Church, 7674 Colborne Street, between Elora and Fergus.

The two programs are held separately but both run from 9:30 to 11am (coffee at 9 and halfway through), with time for fellowship, singing and announcements.

Childcare for infants is provided in the nursery and for preschoolers in “Kids’ Korner,” for a charge of $2 per child.

This fall semester there are seven courses of different levels of difficulty and time commitment so each person is able to find a class that suits the individual’s needs. Classes are kept to 10 or 12 so all feel comfortable and great friendships are made. Studies come from Precept, Beth Moore and Stonecroft to name a few.

All are welcome, and all ages and denominations are represented. For more information contact the church office at 519-846-0272.


September 23, 2011


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