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The Filling Station – Aldridge


The Filling Station is a new and informal way of expressing the Christian faith. Using local mid-week monthly celebration meetings in unusual venues, we hope that the local Church is strengthened and helped in many ways by this.

The Filling Station is not a new church denomination, rather a group of Christians who are celebrating their faith in God in an informal and authentic fashion.  Do come and join us at your local meeting.

Date: 12th September 2019

Time: 7.30 pm start

Venue: Aldridge Community Centre, Middlemore Lane, Aldridge

Refreshments will be available and please encourage friends and family to join you at this meeting.

For more information please contact Janet on 07890121339 or email

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