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    TUESDAY 4 OCTOBER 2016

    All of us find ourselves at the centre of disagreements sometimes. People say hurtful things. People do damage to one another, often unintentionally. Without warning, we can find ourselves reeling from the onslaught of all kinds of negative feelings, powerful insults and bruising exchanges. How can we cope with conflict? More importantly, how can we rebuild relationships with the people we like, love and live with?

    Pastor Josh Cordray will be tackling this important topic on Tuesday, October 4th at 19:30. Please join us at Oakwood Church to begin your journey towards a life free from bitterness, unforgiveness and hurt and full of peace, joy and authenticity.

    Oakwood Church is a lively, friendly church but we do more than just Sunday services. Please look through the pages of our website, you will find out a little more about who we are and what we do. You can also find us on facebook. Click on the link tab to see our location on Google Maps.

    Pastor Josh Cordray moved to Taunton to lead Oakwood Church in August 2016.  He is married to Elspeth and they have five children together.  Their children are named John, Micah, Shoshana, Barnabas and Isaac.  Josh was previously the pastor of Maidstone International Community Church in Kent.  He has enjoyed ministry in the UK, the USA, Ghana, Switzerland and Hungary.  In particular, Josh has a passion for proclaiming the truth of the Christian faith to people of all ages.

    We meet at Oakwood Church Centre, Obridge Road, Taunton, TA2 7PU and would be delighted if you decided to visit us and hope that you will feel welcome and at home in one of our services. We really want you to enjoy your time with us. If you have any pressing needs or prayer requests, please get in touch by clicking the 'Contact Us' button.

    We look forward to meeting you.

     

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