New activities to enliven grey cells coming to Marshalswick church
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Marshalswick Baptist Church in St Albans is running new activities to help enliven people’s grey cells.
The church is working with an art instructor to run classes on Thursday afternoons.
It will run alongside new board game and ‘Knit and Natter’ sessions, as well as the existing Tea and Tech sessions.
Church minister Graham Clarke said: “It has become a friendly place for people to be on a Thursday afternoon, and we are delighted to meet so many new people.”
The Tea and Tech events were set up by the church to help older people get a hang of new technology.
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Now the church is making use of extra space and extra hands to offer these new options.
They hope the new opportunities will encourage people to socialise and have fun.
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All three of the events, along with the existing Tea and Tech session, will run this week.