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Bedtime Chats: Celebrating what makes your family unique
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This month's Bedtime Chats…

Join us for our next Bedtime Chats Facebook Live tomorrow! Rachel Turner will be talking about celebrating what makes your family unique. She will be discussing how every family has their own way of connecting with God and exploring how we can do life with God as a family, such as using family traditions that have a purpose behind them. There will be a chance to ask her any questions you might have.

This Facebook Live will be age-specific, so join us on our Facebook page at 8.00 pm if you're a parent or carer of an under-five, 8.30 pm if you're a parent or carer of a 5-11-year-old and 9.00 pm if you're a parent or carer of a preteen or teen. You can also watch the videos back on catch up if you can't make it to the live sessions.

Do spread the word and get in touch if you have any other questions, comments or ideas to help us support you.
Take care
Anna and the Parenting for Faith team at BRF
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