Warming this winter with kindness

WARWICK Churches Together (WCT) is now in its second year and continues to hold regular get togethers.

On Sunday night, Williams Hall, next to the Warwick Uniting Church, was the venue for the mid-winter Christmas activity.

Gifts were donated by those present and some people who could not be there to be distributed to needy children, aged two to 14, in Australia and overseas through Samaritan's Purse.

The evening was supported by people representing most of the Christian churches in Warwick and some priests/ministers/pastors.

Planning for the next WCT get together will take place at the next monthly meeting of the WCT committee on the third Tuesday of August.

Suggestions for WCT activities or information on the group can be obtained by calling 4661 8481.



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