Lent Lunches in Chester

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Lent 2020 — why not come along and join us for Lunch this year? Everyone is welcome.

This Lent you are warmly invited to join us for Lunch on each Monday in March. These are simple but wholesome lunches serving homemade soup with bread, cheese, fruit and cake. Each lunch is provided by people from churches in Chester and is helping to raise funds for Christian Aid.

The Lunches are held from 12noon to 1.30pm each Monday in March.

On the 2nd, 9th,16th 23rd it is in the Quaker Meeting House, Frodsham Street Chester and the final Lunch on March 30th will be held in St Marys Church Centre Handbridge. Parking is available there.
All donations will go to the work of Christian Aid — standing together to end poverty and hunger worldwide.

Thank you

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