James Eaton-Challinor: July 2020
We will be continuing our online Circuit Bible Study this evening (Wednesday 15th July) beginning at 7.30pm. This is the second of our series on the Book of Ruth for Bible Month and will be led by Mike Hallworth who is a local preacher in the Circuit. The details for logging in are as follows —
To access via the phone use one of these numbers —
- 0208 080 6591
- 0208 080 6592
- 0330 088 5830
- 0131 460 1196
- 0203 481 5240
Enter the following 'Meeting ID' when prompted: 963 047 616
(All these phone numbers are charged at normal rates. If you have inclusive minutes in your phone package, calls to any of these numbers will be included)
Users of Zoom software (Zoom.us) can access the service from their computer or other device using the same Meeting ID. There is no password required.
The questions are in the attached document.
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