Shared lunch – Sunday, March 4th

February 22, 2018

Our next Shared Lunch will be on Sunday, March 4th instead of our usual second Sunday … which is Mothering Sunday, March 11th and will be an All Age Worship.

So, on Sunday March 4th, be ready to stay for lunch after the morning service – bring some food to share and be prepared to share the chores 🙂 We always have a relaxed time of genuine fellowship, so don’t miss the opportunity – put a reminder on your phone or in your diary!

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Craft Day – February 15th

February 14, 2018

The Thursday afternoon small group also meets from 1:30pm in the church … drop in for a cuppa, for lunch or to join the small group 🙂


Coffee Morning

February 13, 2018

Our coffee morning this month is tomorrow, Wednesday 14th February … which also happens to be Ash Wednesday and Valentines Day! 😀

Our coffee morning is from 10:30am at St Michael’s in aid of the 175th anniversary ‘Jubilee Fund’, which we hope to use to support a group visiting our twin diocese of Thika in Kenya in October.


Craft Day

January 15, 2018

Our next Craft Day is on Thursday, January 18th, at St Michael’s Church from 10am – 4pm. All welcome – bring your craft and some lunch to share. The church is open all day, and the kettle is always on, so drop-ins welcome, too!

Our daytime small group will also be meeting from 1:30pm … why not come to lunch before joining the group? 🙂


Shared Lunch

January 13, 2018

Our next shared lunch follows the morning service this Sunday, January 14th … bring some food to share, and be prepared to help wash up! There will be plenty of food for everyone (Revd Tim will have some jacket potatoes in the oven during the service!) so do make newcomers welcome, too 🙂

 


Coffee Morning – January

January 6, 2018

Our monthly coffee morning is on Wednesday, January 10th, 10:30am at St Michael’s in aid of The Cinnamon Trust –

A national network of over 15,000 community service volunteers has been established to provide practical help when any aspect of day to day care poses a problem – for example, walking the dog for a housebound owner.

A national fostering service is provided for pets whose owners face a spell in hospital – volunteers take pets into their own homes and supply love and care in abundance until owner and pet can be reunited.

The Cinnamon Trust also provides long term care for pets whose owners have died or moved to residential accommodation which will not accept pets. Arrangements are made between owners and the Trust well in advance, so owners do have peace of mind in the knowledge that their beloved companion will have a safe and happy future. 

When a pet is in the Trust’s care either short term or long term because the owner is in care or in hospital, the owner is kept in touch with visits, if possible, or regular photos and letters. (www.cinnamon.org.uk)


December’s Coffee Morning …

December 8, 2017