Traditional Carols

19 Dec - Evening Service - 7:30pm - Michael Teutsch - Zechariah 9
When Dec 19, 2020
from 07:30pm to 08:30pm
Where Online and at Cathays in Chapel
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Contact Phone 029 2065 0740
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Preacher for this Service
Rev Michael Teutsch
Talk Title:
Light of Joy
Zechariah 9 Listen
Live Stream:
Highfields Live Stream 19:30 Christmas 2020
Series Theme:
A Light in the Darkness

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