THE PHYSICAL EVENTS ARE POSTPONED BUT PLEASE TEL: 07738 533322 TO ARRANGE A SUITABLE TIME FOR THE INFORMATION LECTURE OVER THE PHONE.
A lecture about spiritual healing and help through the teaching of Bruno Groening.
Through the absorption of the divine power, many people are experiencing the healing of illnesses and pain, that have been declared as "incurable" by the medical profession. The words of Bruno Groening: "There is no incurable, God is the greatest physician," has been proven and documented by independent physicians.
The Information Lecture will take place from 1.30pm - 2.15pm.
The Community hour 2.15pm - 4.15pm.
Venue: The Open Door Community Centre, 420 Morningside Road, Edinburgh EH10 5HY
The Information Lecture to the teaching and the work of Bruno Groening takes place from 1pm - 2pm.
Interested persons may then take part in the Community Hour which follows this Information Lecture from 2.30pm - 4.30pm.
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