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Mighty Medics Holiday Bible Club

Come and join us in half term for a day full of fun!...

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Lost - Holiday Bible Club

Come along to our free Holiday Bible Club this Thursday at St John's school, CT1 2AA. 10am to 3pm, bring a packed lunch!...

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From the Krays to Christ - An audience with ex-gangster Chris Lambrianou

Ex-gangster to reveal his true life A former gangster is coming to Canterbury to tell his remarkable story. When the notorious Kray twins Reggie and Ronnie stabbed Jack McVitie to death in north London, Chris Lambrianou helped clear up the mess and tried to dispose of Jack’s body south of the Blackwall Tunnel. B...

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The Life course returns

Didn't get a chance to come along to our Life course in November? Want to find out more about Jesus? The Life course is running again from 15th Feb 2018 for 6 weeks. ...

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New student in Cantebury?

Students are a lively part of Emmanuel Church. Do come and meet us all sometime. Get more details by clicking the tab Students....

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HBC and Connect

Holiday Bible Club was back during the May half term holiday with a day full of activities on Tuesday 30th May, from 10am to 3pm. Children aged 5-10 came along to St John's School for games, craft, songs, sport and Bible stories. This time our theme was Ancient Greece. Contact Matt Hodson 07854 386605 or matthodson93@gmail.com for more ...

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Connect - A new, weekly group for young people from Y6-Y11

Starting on Friday 21st April 2017 we are running a weekly group for young people from Y6-Y11. There are opportunities to play sport and games, see friends and explore the Bible together. We would love you to come and join us from 7-9pm each Friday night in term time. The group meets at St John's Primary School, CT1 2AA (accessible through St Radigund's Car Park). All sessions are run by volunt...

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Holiday Bible Club and Connect

Aged 5-14? Treasure Hunters holiday bible club and Connect group both happened for the first time in 2017 at St John's Primary School on Thursday 16th February.   As usual, all was free - aprt from a packed lunch! ...

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'The Mark Drama' comes to Canterbury

Sixteen local people of all ages and backgrounds presented The Mark Drama in Canterbury, portraying the life of the most extraordinary man who ever lived – Jesus. And they did it without props or costumes, in the round, in just 90 minutes. The cast, all from Emmanuel Church Canterbury, learned the sequence of the many events of Mark’s Gospel. For this they relied on the methodology ...

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