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Ruth & Naomi

8 Apr 2019

Are you a busy GB leader in need of pressing the pause button?

Do you want to spend a weekend with your diverse GB family?

Would you like to find space to connect with God?

Come along to this refreshing weekend on Saturday 6 July - Sunday 7 July at Cliff College. The retreat will follow GBEW's summer conference and will reflect on how – whether you’re a Ruth or a Naomi – we can encourage, disciple and support one another. We’ll help you develop holy habits in your own life, you’ll get support from a whole host of women, and there’ll be space and time to spend with God.

It isn’t always easy to give ourselves permission to stop and refresh ourselves. But we think it’s important. GB Ministries is passionate about this and so we hope you’ll join us in July!

The weekend costs £100 for anyone aged 30 or over and £90 for anyone under 30 (based on age at the time of the event). The cost includes all food, accommodation and materials – and FREE entry to GBEW’s summer conference on Saturday 6 July 2019.

To find out more, and to book, take a look at the booking form below. Forms should be returned along with your payment by Friday 26 April 2019.

 

 

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