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Creating ‘Church’ At Home

Patrick Coghlan
Focused on older people living with dementia, who may struggle to cope with a full-length service or Bible study. It can be used as a personal resource or organised by a carer, friend, neighbour or family member.
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1501517
For older people living with dementia

This book is Focused on older people living with dementia, who may struggle to cope with a full-length service or Bible study. It can be used as a personal resource or organised by a carer, friend, neighbour or family member.

'Creating ‘Church’ At Home' is a series of 4 books

•1501518 - For people living with anxiety or depression
•1501519 - For the housebound due to disability or illness
•1501520 - For the elderly housebound
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Product Code 1501517
Product Name Creating ‘Church’ At Home
Short Description Focused on older people living with dementia, who may struggle to cope with a full-length service or Bible study. It can be used as a personal resource or organised by a carer, friend, neighbour or family member.
Author Patrick Coghlan
Barcode 9781848678408
Pages 140 Pages
Date Published 26 Apr 2016
ISBN 9781848678408
Lead Time Approx. 3 weeks (if out of stock)
Pack Size 1
Size 160mm X122mm - A5
Cover Paperback
Manufacturer Kevin Mayhew
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Patrick Coghlan

Patrick Coghlan is Minister at Worstead Baptist Church (North Norfolk). He is also a trustee and chaplain of Aylsham and district Care Trust (ACT), 


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