Church Stretton Methodist Network Ponder Images of Jesus

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Images of Jesus from around the globe were the focus of this week's Methodist Network (Methodist Women in Britain) at Church Stretton Church. Led by Revd, David Lavender the presentation displayed a range of images depicting Jesus allowing for a discussion of how perspectives differ particularly depending upon what part of the world the image comes from.

Church Stretton Methodist Network meet most Wednesdays at 2:30 pm in the Church Hall.
For more information contact President Ruth Davies on 01694 724304

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