From the 19th Sept (Thurs) to Harvest Sunday the 22nd we will be having 5 evangelists from Through Faith come to help us make contact with the community in New England through visiting and various events. Thurs 19th - event
Fri 20th 10-12noon Macmillan Coffee Morning. Details on diary page. Fri 20th evening - meals
Sat 10-12noon - Table talk over a bacon roll, tea and coffee. Men 's group and a Ladies group. Evening: Harvest Supper event.
Sun 10.30am Harvest Eucharist + Prayer for Healing.
More details to be confirmed.
Monthly drop in from 2pm to 3.30pm. Sit and enjoy this relaxed time in the church; chat; tea and coffee, etc. All welcome. Listen to music; read a book; play a game !
Details from Val Watkinson 314117
Meet in church at 4pm for an hour of craft; wordsearch; chat; dvd clip on a bible story; bubble prayers & a song. At 5pm we have a Bring and Share tea. Come along and try it. All ages welcome.
2pm - 3.30pm in the church for anyone to call in for time to relax, chat, have a cup of tea or coffee.
This month at 2.15pm for 30mins a speaker from the Co-op will talk on the topics of Tax, Care and Later Life Planning. Do feel free to invite others along - aimed at those 50 + but younger people free to come along.
A welcome return from The Wandering Minstrels whose superb singing & acting brings the songs and music of Gilbert & Sullivan to life.
This Anniversary Concert is not only a fundraiser but is also in memory of Harry and Gwen Hurst as their son, Tim Hurst-Brown, is one of the singers. We are planning that this Concert launches an Organ Fund for a new organ dedicated to this couple who were so dedicated in their work and ministry at St Paul's for many, many years. Book the date - Sat 19 October 2019 and let us know how many tickets you will need. Tickets cost £10.
Interval of 20mins.
Parking at the church car park; also opposite at the Salvation Army and just a few yards further down, opposite the recreation ground at the Post Office Club car park
Simon is a speaker from 'Chosen People'....Jews who believe that Jesus is the Messiah. Orthodox Jews do not believe that Jesus is the Messiah foretold in the Old Testament.
This annual service is for all who have bereaved to come to give thanks for their loved ones, however long ago they died and wherever the service took place. A short, poignant service with an oportunity to light a candle for your loved one (s).
Light refreshments after the service.
All are welcome - do feel free to invite people to it.