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Special Events

Come hang out anytime in the House, and participate in fun activities and fellowship opportunities.  From time to time we will go to the movies, or a play, or take a trip into the city to visit a museum or the National Cathedral.  Click here to learn about some of our past special events.

During Spring Break 2010, we took a pilgrimage to Canterbury Cathedral and London, England, where we visited Westminster Abbey, St. Martin's in the Field, St. Paul's Cathedral, and the Temple Church--as well as other sights, such as the Tower of London and the National Gallery.  Below are a few photos from our trip.  More information and photos can be found here.


Last Updated on Friday, 20 March 2015 15:26

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