Theology Network Booking – 12.7.21

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  • 12th July 2021
    8:00 pm - 10:00 pm

You will receive confirmation by email once you have booked in. 

We hope you enjoy the event.

Due to Covid Restrictions, we anticipate the event in July will still be live-streamed to Zoom instead of happening in person. We will email you on the day of the event with the Zoom link.

If restrictions are eased, then the event will be held at Amblecote Christian Centre (address below). We will email you in good time should the event take place in person.

Venue:  

Address:
102-104 Brettell Lane, Amblecote, Stourbridge, Dudley, DY8 4BS, United Kingdom

Description:

Parking is available behind the Church on a free 3-hour short stay car park.

Drive up the one way street next to the church and then turn left and you’ll see the carpark on your left.

www.amblecotechristiancentre.org.uk


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