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Fayette Presbyterian Church to offer GriefShare, Bible studies

The GriefShare support group at Fayette Presbyterian Churcn will meet from 2-4 p.m. on Sundays starting Jan. 13. The course will continue for 13 weeks.

GriefShare is a Christ-centered grief support group. Through a program of videos, discussion group, and devotional material, individuals will be helped to find strength, healing, and tools to move forward in their daily walk through the deep pain of grief.

For further information or to register, call Sharon Ayers, 770-461-1931, Tom Broadwater, 770-631-1313, or Mary Lou Montgomery, 770-460-3326.

Ladies’ Bible Study will start a four-week Beth Moore study entitled “He Is!” on Thursday, Jan. 10 at 10 a.m. in room A-2. The focus of the study is Hebrews 11. The only homework is to read Hebrews 11 before coming to class and memorize four verses, one verse per week. Bring a Bible, a notebook, and a pen to class.

Since no study book is used, no preregistration is required. Drop ins are welcome.

The next study will be “The Patriarch” which will begin on March 14.

Fayette Presbyterian is at 791 Forest Ave. (Ga. Highway 92 North), Fayetteville. For more information, call the church office, 770-461-7147.

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