10am-4pm Church Heritage Day
10.30am All-Age Worship, with Renewal of Baptism.
6.30pm-8.30pm Immerse Liquid Worship
10.30pm Revd Rob and Sue Daborn’s last Sunday service
7pm Harvest Supper
Friday 9th- Sunday 11th
Immerse (Sunday 9th September): We will be having our next evening Immerse service between 6.30 and 8.30pm on the 9th September. This is a style of worship in which you are free to come and go when you choose.
Revised Church and Hall bookings: Please note that if you would like to hire the church hall, the new person of contact is Revd Josh at firstname.lastname@example.org
Heritage Open Day (Saturday 8th September): The Church will be open on for the annual Heritage Open Day, from 10 – 4. There will be stalls, children’s activities, historical displays, open tower, refreshments and other events from 11 – 3. Please come along and support this event.
Rob and Sue’s final Sunday will be September 30th and we will have a bring and share lunch to bid them farewell. This will be after the Sunday morning service. Please bring along some food to share and enjoy a time of fellowship with them and each other. There will be a collecting box at the back of the church over the next few Sundays if you would like to give a donation to a parting gift to them or alternatively a gift can be given to the Wardens
Harvest Supper: The theme for the Harvest Supper this year is ‘South Pacific’ or a Night in the Tropics. So search out some tropical gear for an evening of fun and entertainment. It will be on Saturday 13th October with the usual shared supper. Tickets on sale soon.
A Plea for Help!: Rainbow to sort out and clean the Rainbow toys on TUESDAY 4th SEPTEMBER from 9am to 12pm. If you can only set aside an hour, it would be much appreciated. Washing up gloves and aprons are recommended!
Remembrance Weekend: This year sees the 100th Anniversary of the end of World War 1. To mark this event we will be having a memorial Weekend from Friday 9th November until 11th. We are hoping to create a Weeping Window and are asking people to knit poppies for it. We aim to have 770, the number of people named in the Book of Remembrance. If you could knit some poppies for this we would be very grateful. Sheila Gurney and Marilyn Brammer have a pattern to follow. As part of the commemoration there will be a concert in Church on Saturday 10th November.
Food Bank Supplies: The Food Bank warehouse is running low on these items: tinned tomatoes, coffee, dried rice, tinned fruit, custard, rice pudding and sponge pudding, tinned meat, toiletries (especially for men), washing-up powder and washing-up liquid. Many thanks to our regular donors.
Deanery Synod: The Next Deanery Synod meeting will be on 13th September 2018 at St. Mary’s Knutton, with guest speaker Revd Stephen Platt
Harvest Supper: A limited supply of tickets are available from Beryl Titley for the Harvest Supper (7.00pm Saturday October 13th), Price: (over 12 years) £2.