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CUMC forming Bible group

Published 7:35pm Wednesday, May 30, 2012

The Cassopolis United Methodist Church (CUMC) will host a women’s summer Bible study, Tuesdays at Ten, on Tuesdays at 10 a.m.  The first meeting for the summer will be Tuesday, June 12.   The lesson for the first week will be “The Vine and the Branches” found in John 15.
The group will meet every Tuesday for eight to 10 weeks. Attendees are encouraged to come when they can and leave when they must. This is the fourth summer that a group of community women from several different denominations have met for a serious, but informal, study of the Bible. Topics from the past have been “Women of the Bible,” the Gospel of John and “Stories from the Holy Land.” This year’s theme is “The Fruit of the Spirit.”
The group meets in the downstairs classroom of the Wood Fellowship Hall of the church, 209 S. Rowland. Entrance to the church can be made from the O’Keefe Street parking lot.  There is no cost for the class and all women of the community, regardless of church affiliation are welcome to attend.
For more information, call the church office, 445-3107, or Dawn Atkinson, 445-2789.

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